Soon Monster Hunter World will be synchronized on PC and consoles
Although Monster Hunter World is available on both consoles and PCs, a sad reality is that computer game users have had to wait longer to receive their latest news. Luckily, Capcom decided to put the batteries and decided to end this situation.
Through a statement, Capcom announced its plans for post-launch content for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne on all platforms. What stands out from all this is that the company’s plan is that the updates for consoles and PCs are synchronized from April 2020. This means that users on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC can enjoy all the news of Monster Hunter World at the same time.
Now, before all versions of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne reach this point there is work to be done. That is why on February 6 the PC version of the monster hunting game will receive free content that will add new features, more limited time events and more monsters to beat. In this way, players will soon be able to fight against Rajang; Unlock Resident Evil 2 content and get the weapons of the Iceborne design contest. In addition, there will also be a new paid DLC for decorative items.
On the other hand, on March 12, Monster Hunter World: Iceborne for PC will welcome Zinogre, an elemental dragon with electrical powers. In addition, it will present a new area and more materials to achieve.
Finally, Capcom announced that from January 23 to February 13, players will be able to celebrate the second anniversary of Monster Hunter World with the Grand Appreciation Fest. Also, in February will be the arrival of the Joy Fest event on PC.