Monster Hunter World Iceborne finally has a release date on PC. Here’s when you will be able to play this latest expansion and hunt giant monsters again.
Monster Hunter World received its first expansion Iceborne in September this year. It was first released for PS4 and Xbox One while the PC version was set for Winter 2019. It has a release date now along with a 4K and 60 FPS trailer showcasing the capabilities of the PC release.
Capcom is celebrating the release date announcement with a PC trailer that showcases the game running at 4K and 60 FPS. This feat is only possible on a PC while the console version runs at 30 FPS.
Monster Hunter World Iceborne is a new expansion for the series that was first revealed at The Game Awards 2018. This expansion has launched first for PS4 and Xbox One and comes after one and a half years of the launch of the original game.
The PC version of Iceborne doesn’t seem to offer any additional features but the ability to play it at a higher frame rate and resolution should make the wait worth it for those who have the original game on PC. Iceborne adds a whole new region and several new monsters to the game.
Monster Hunter World has ended up becoming one of the fastest and best-selling games for Capcom. It has now sold upwards of 14 million copies across PC, Xbox One, and PC and this is all within two years of the game’s launch. You can pre-order the expansion for PC on Steam for $39.99 or the Digital Deluxe edition for $49.99. There is also a Resident Evil 2 crossover happening in a future update.