Monster Hunter World: Iceborne free DLC detailed for early 2020 on PC, consoles

Capcom has released a roadmap for the upcoming post-launch free content coming to Monster Hunter World: Iceborne for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

Following the recent PC release of Iceborne, title updates for PC will begin in February. The free content will include “challenging monsters for players to conquer, expanded gameplay features, limited-time events, and more,” Capcom says.

The centerpiece of the first PC title update is the fearsome Rajang, the ruthless fan-favorite monster that offers a challenge for even the most seasoned hunters. A new Volcanic Region will be added to the end-game Guiding Lands and becomes accessible once players have started the special assignment quest to battle Rajang.

Popular survival horror icons Leon, Claire, and Tyrant also pay a visit to Iceborne for the limited time Raccoon City collaboration. Hunters can acquire materials to craft Leon and Claire’s full armor sets plus three Raccoon City-themed pendants to spruce up their favorite weapons.

On March 12, the second PC title update will star Stygian Zinogre, a more vicious subspecies of the electrifying Zinogre, who harnesses dragon elemental damage instead of lightning this time around. A new Tundra Region will expand the Guiding Lands further with a snowy landscape that’s home to bone-chilling monsters such as Barioth and Viper Tobi-Kadachi.

In addition, Capcom has also confirmed that the timing for subsequent major Iceborne content updates on PC and console will sync starting in April. In the meantime, both console and PC hunters will be able to celebrate the second anniversary of Monster Hunter: World with in-game events for players across World and Iceborne.

We have trailers for the game below!

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