Monster Hunter World: Iceborne beta has gotten release dates. The Twitter account for the game posted that PS Plus members can play from June 21-23, and all PS4 players on June 28-30. You can check out the tweet for the expansion beta dates below.
Get a taste of the wintry Hoarfrost Reach with the #Iceborne Betas on PS4!
PS Plus members play June 21-23.
All PS4 players hunt on June 28-30. pic.twitter.com/jUhBnJ45OI
— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) June 18, 2019
With a deep content offering that rivals the volume of the original release of Monster Hunter: World, the upcoming Iceborne expansion will be coming to the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One globally on September 6, 2019, with a PC release to follow in Winter.
Picking up from the end of the storyline in Monster Hunter: World, Iceborne has players joining forces with the Research Commission once again to explore the undiscovered new land of Hoarfrost Reach, which will be the largest map in the game. Following an unusual sighting of Legiana from the Ancient Forest, the team journeys across the waters to a new locale with a frigid climate covered in snow and ice. As pioneers, the group soon sets up a new base camp in Hoarfrost Reach called Seliana, which serves as a warm haven with resources to prepare them for the challenging quests that await. A peek at the cozy new HQ can be seen in the latest trailer.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne will introduce new monsters as well as returning series favorites. Tigrex, a frenetic creature familiar to fans of past Monster Hunter titles, joins Iceborne with its powerful roar and unpredictable moves sure to keep hunters on their toes. Shrieking Legiana, a newly discovered extreme variant of Legiana from Monster Hunter: World, is covered in a white frost which it uses to freeze the air around it and ferociously attack hunters.
First-time hunters and established series fans attending E3 will get the first chance to play a demo of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne featuring three different quests, all 14 weapon types and brand-new gameplay options such as new weapon combos and features, and Clutch Claw function for the Slinger. Quest choices include the Great Jagras quest from Monster Hunter: World for newcomers, the brand new horned brute wyvern Banbaro for an intermediate challenge or the returning series favourite Tigrex for the fiercest of hunters.
The Monster Hunter: World base game is required for Iceborne and whilst players will be able to enjoy some of the gameplay options such as the Slinger and weapon updates right away, they must have completed the main story through Hunter Rank 16 in order to access the new Iceborne story and quests.
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