Monster Hunter World: Iceborne PC Launch Date Uncovered

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne PC Launch Date Uncovered on Blog

In September, Monster Hunter World players were lucky to lay their hands on the game’s very first large console-based expansion pack dubbed Iceborne. Today, we finally know the official date when PC video gaming enthusiasts will be able to make the most of the expansion. Fortunately, you won’t have to wait long. According to the Capcom Team, Jan.9, 2020 is the date when the Iceborne PC release will take place. 

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Monster Hunter World: Iceborne PC Trailer Highlights

The Iceborne PC edition release date was announced in the game’s trailer. The trailer also revealed some of the frozen locations from the expansion, the core storyline, as well as various kinds of monsters and beasts to slay. From the trailer, you can also learn why the PC edition of Iceborne will be one-of-a-kind. Some of these reasons include: 4K resolution, ultra-wide screen-friendly, customizable graphical settings, enhanced keyboard and mouse controls, and much more.

As a matter of fact, the trailer itself has already given us all a glimpse of how special Monster Hunter World: Iceborne will look once rolled out. The game will be up for grabs on Steam when it arrives on Windows PC in January. It is already available for pre-order for $39.99.

Monster Hunter World Iceborne PC Release: Are You Excited?

How do you like the Monster Hunter World game? What are your thoughts on the forthcoming Iceborne expansion pack release on PC? Any specific expectations? You’re welcome to share your opinion with us and your fellow video gaming fans in the comment box below. Your comments are highly appreciated by our team.

Mary Foster
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