Capcom Unveils New, Returning Monsters for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne

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The Japanese live streaming service added many new games and relevant details about it. At the year-end, two new monsters for Ice borne were disclosed to be under process. The former was the returning sub-Species of Stygian Zinogre. The Species wasn’t evident in the central line title since Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate.  The other one was a mysterious dragon whose name and details have is not disclosed yet. Many more features will be coming up soon.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne

This September Xbox One (The DLC) will make its playable debut at E3 2019. Capcom has shared a completely new story trailer that provides new adventures with a peep on new monsters players will encounter. Long with the new elder dragon Velkana, Ice borne introduced an ‘extreme’ variant of the Legiana known as the ‘Shrieking Legian.’

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It also adds a couple of older monsters back, we got a glimpse at the Narga Suga during Sony’s latest State of Play broadcast, and the new trailer reveals that the fearsome Tigrex is also coming back. It appears a bit more fan-favorites will also return; the trailer ends with a fiery slash followed by Glavenus’s distinctive roar, teasing it may likewise be coming back in Ice borne. You can watch the story trailer above.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne

Capcom says the upcoming Ice borne expansion rivals the volume of the original release of the Monster Hunter World. On the top of all the new monsters, it adds a wide variety of recent quests, gear, and weapons to craft, and a new rank called Master Rank, which is very similar to the G-Rank from the previous games.
Some of the game’s gadgets are also getting recent upgrades; the Slinger, for instance, is getting a new Clutch Claw function that allows players to grapple and mantle enemies freely.

Monster Hunter World – Ice borne was launched at PS4 and Xbox One on September 6. The expansion was added to the PC at the year-end. However, no date has been yet mentioned.

A copy of the base game is required to play Ice borne, but Capcom is releasing a new Master Edition would be sold together for $60.