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Monster Hunter World: Iceborne 2020 Roadmap for Console and PC Versions

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne 2020 Roadmap

As promised earlier, Capcom shared the 2020 roadmap for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne on consoles and PC.

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The above is a look at the title update roadmap that shows both console and PC versions. In case you missed it, content updates for console and PC versions will sync starting April 2020.

Check out more details from Capcom below with the 2020 roadmaps for consoles and PC:

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne 2020 Roadmap – Consoles

January 2020

  • 1/24-2/13 (UTC): Astera/Seliana Fest, Grand Appreciation Fest
  • New Layered Armor

February 2020

■ Special event quests featuring:

  • High encounter rate for gold crown monsters
  • Increased decoration rewards drop rate
  • Great Spiritvein Gem rewards (March)
  • Higher master rank point gains

March 2020

■ Major Title Update 3 (Ver. 13.0)

  • New Variant Monster #1
  • New Variant Monsters #2

April 2020

■ Title Update (Ver. 13.5)

  • New Arc-tempered & Master Rank Versions of Existing Monsters!
  • Astera/Seliana Fest

May 2020

■ Major Title Update 4 (Ver. 14.0)

  • Return of fan-favorite monster!

June 2020 & Later

  • New monsters and updates planned for June onwards!

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne 2020 Roadmap –


February 6th
■ Major Title Update 1 (Ver. 11.50.00)
– New monster: Rajang
– Raccoon City Collaboration
– Room updates
– Guiding Lands “Volcanic Region” added

March 12th
■ Major Title Update 2 (Ver. 12.03.00)
– New monster: Safi’jiiva
– New monster: Stygian Zinogre
– Guiding Lands “Tundra Region” added

■ Major Title Update 3 (Ver. 13.00.00)
– New Variant Monster #1
– New Variant Monster #2

■ Title Update (Ver. 13.50.00)
– Available same day as console version. (Note: Future releases will be the same time as console version.)
– New arch-tempered and master rank versions of existing monsters.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. In case you missed it, Capcom recently announced a save data patch to help protect older saves on the PC version.

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