Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Most and Least Hunted Monsters

Here Is the List of The Most and Least Hunted Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Monsters

The official Monster Hunter Twitter account has released a list of the most and least hunted Monster Hunter World: Iceborne‘s monsters. The data collected for this list was taken from May 8-14, 2020. However, some of the beasts on the list may be a surprise to few, while others may have expected these results. But we’ll dive into that immediately.

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The most hunted creatures in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne are:

  1. Safi’jiiva
  2. Zinogre
  3. Ruiner Nergigante
  4. Teostra
  5. Odogaron

It is no surprise that the Ruiner Nergigante and Safi’jiiva are among the top five, given how effective their gear and weapons can be. However, the Odogaron making the list is somewhat of a surprise, though the armor is undoubtedly quite stylish.

The Twitter account also ranked the least hunted monsters, and here they are in order:

  1. Scarred Yian Garuga
  2. Brute Tigrex
  3. Bazelgeuse
  4. Furious Rajang
  5. Yian Garuga

And that’s the list of the top five least hunted beasts in Monster Hunter World. The Furious Rajang making the list is probably not a huge surprise, along with the notorious Bazelgeuse.

In recent news, the Title Update 4 has been delayed due to COVID-19. Title Update 4 will include the addition of the fan favorite monster Alatreon, with matching armor and weapon sets of course.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is currently available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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