The Iceborne expansion for Monster Hunter Globe will launch for Computer on January 9th 2020, the console version is currently out. Here’s some blurb from Capcom for the reason that it is Friday afternoon and I am feeling extremely, extremely lazy. Sorry.
Monster Hunter Globe: Iceborne whisks players off to discover the newly found Hoarfrost Attain, a snow-covered locale that progressively expands with the story and is property to the mysterious new Elder Dragon, Velkhana. To assistance hunters on their journey, new gameplay attributes have been added like the new Clutch Claw mechanic and updates to all 14 weapon forms that will give further combat alternatives.
Other new “series first” gameplay attributes include things like a two-player balanced difficulty scale, the potential to ride little monsters to traverse maps and a Hunter Helper player incentive to encourage far more skilled hunters to assistance Low and Higher Rank players progress by way of the game. The expansion also introduces hunters to a new greater difficulty rank, named Master Rank. Hunters ought to have completed the major story in Monster Hunter: Globe by way of Hunter Rank 16 in order to access Master Rank and all the new Iceborne story and quests.
As with earlier series iterations, Iceborne will include things like robust free of charge post-launch help with the 1st title update for Computer planned for early February. This will include things like the addition of fan-favored Rajang, the Raccoon City collaboration with common survival horror icons Leon, Claire and Tyrant, Your Area updates and far more. March will continue with a second title update featuring a new monster for Computer.
Title updates for Computer are planned to converge with the console schedule for release at the very same time in the future and far more specifics will be shared at a later time.
Various pre-order alternatives are now accessible for new and returning Computer players, with an exclusive Yukumo Series layered armor set bonus supplied for these who pre-order early. For current owners, the Monster Hunter Globe: Iceborne expansion is accessible as digital DLC for MSRP $39.99 / €39.99.
A Digital Deluxe version like each the expansion and a Monster Hunter Globe: Iceborne Deluxe Kit DLC of cosmetic products is MSRP $49.99 / €49.99. For newcomers, the Monster Hunter Globe: Iceborne Master Edition containing each the major game and the Iceborne expansion will be accessible for acquire digitally at launch for MSRP $59.99 / €59.99. The Monster Hunter: Globe base game is essential to play Iceborne.
Supply: Press release