Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is a role-playing game developed and published by Capcom. The action game is part of the Monster Hunter series and was released globally for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One only, until now.
Dear Monster Hunter World: Iceborne players, after a long period of four months, the Capcom has finally launched a PC version of the game!
The game’s focus has the player crafting suitable gear to be able to hunt down more difficult monsters, which in turn provide parts that drive to more potent equipment. Players may hunt alone or in a group of up to four players via the game’s online multiplayer.
The update is very big, nearly 48 GB, and has come to light on the PC platform since January 10, 2020. The update will bring a vast range of new monsters and a new biome — Hoarfrost Reach. The expansion was made live on Steam at 10:30 PM IST on January 10 and had no pre-load before the release date.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Is Coming on PC
You cannot play Monster Hunter World on your PC until you download the new patch 10.12.00 even if you don’t possess Iceborne.
Moreover, if you have the high-resolution texture pack, that is 45 GB data more. The patch is basically the new Iceborne content, which adds a substantial amount of extra stuff and which gamers need to own to get access to further expansion.
The patch 11.50.00 is due to be delivered in February and will bring a new monster, a quest from Resident Evil 2 Racoon City, and other unique content for your individual in-game sections. We need to take a moment and appreciate the developers at Capcom who are giving their best to make the PC patches.
Their goal is to release the patches at the same time for consoles and PC. We can now enjoy Monster Hunter World: Iceborne on Pc, let’s see how the expansion works out!
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