In creating this big expansion that we’re calling Iceborne, we’ve taken into account a lot of the feedback from the community. In addition to more content, we’re also adding lots of quality of life improvements to make the gameplay even more comfortable and enjoyable, so we think users are going to really enjoy what’s to come.
Just to recap, we’re bringing you a brand new environment, new monsters, new equipment to forge, a new quest difficulty rank, and much more! We’ll have more details on this expansion in spring 2019, so stay tuned.
Fearless hunters, take up arms, restock your item loadouts, and plan your finest teamwork tactics. The battle against the Behemoth calls upon you, and it requires new levels of coordination and strategies never before demanded in any Monster Hunter game.
Golden Week officially begins this coming Sunday – but we’re starting the festivities early here at PlayStation Store. In celebration of Japan’s national holidays, we’re kicking off two weeks of savings on titles inspired by the Land of the Rising Sun.
It’s been nearly three months since we launched Monster Hunter: World globally and we are humbled by how many new and returning hunters have enlisted to investigate the New World and the Elder Crossing. From all of us at Capcom, thank you!
Now, let’s talk about the next addition to the game: a brand new Elder Dragon accompanied by a new quest type and loot system, all coming for free starting at April 18 at 5:00 PM Pacific!
Attention all hunters! The fearsome Deviljho has been sighted in the New World, and we need you to gear up, investigate and control the inevitable damage.
With the version 2.00 update for Monster Hunter: World now available, hunters around the globe will be required to exercise extra caution while exploring the New World. The Deviljho, known for its extremely powerful jaws and relentless pursuit of prey, will start roaming all of the environments of the New World, during expedition and quests ranked 6 and 7 Stars. Make sure to pack plenty of Nulberries and Adamant Seeds.
The numbers are in for February 2018! Capcom’s excellent (and record-breaking) Monster Hunter: World leads the charge in February’s PS4 chart, followed by NBA Live 18: The One Edition and Bluepoint’s gargantuan rework of Shadow of the Colossus.
Superhot and Job Simulator sit pretty at the top of the PlayStation VR list, Fortnite and Brawlhalla dominate the free-to-play rankings, and the new Secret of Mana remake debuts at #1 for PS Vita.
This week, the gang listens in on part two of Justin’s Moss interview, recorded on location at Polyarc HQ in Seattle, WA. Plus, Kristen gives us an update on her journey through Final Fantasy VII, and we reflect on things games have taught us about ourselves. Yeah, this is a deep one.
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