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Upgrade Your Assasin’s Hood in a new Monster Hunter/Assassin’s Creed Collab

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Ubisoft is a globetrotting dev, with studios all over the world and a series literally about drug-induced time travel. So it makes sense the series occasionally pops over to Japan to hang out in JRPG territory. That’s a fun way of stating that after a previous collaboration in Monster Hunter World, Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed is back. A new event quest for Monster Hunter: World: Iceborne will allow Assassin’s Creed fans to upgrade their special mantles from the last event and make it viable at Master Rank.

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Staring on April 10, 2020, players will be able to take on a new quest called The Assassin. Playing this new event will let you upgrade the special Assassin’s Hood mantle, making it strong enough for use in Master Rank quests. And if you don’t have the mantle because you missed the original event, you’re in luck.

Capcom is really going all out for the Monster Hunter kids this weekend. Capcom already announced that most events from both before and during Iceborne are being set to live, from now through April 9, 2020. That’s right before the new Assassin’s Creed event, so if you missed it before you can catch up.

Now’s also the perfect time to check out Monster Hunter World if you never have before. If you want to give Capcom’s literal best-selling game ever a whirl, PlayStation Plus members can access a free trial on the PS4. Anyone jumping in for the trial will be able to try all 14 weapons, get some cool Guardian and Defender gear, experience the story’s first act, and keep their data to continue should they purchase the full game.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is available for the PS4, the Xbox One, and the PC.

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