The Monster Hunter World will expand in 2019 with the expansion called Iceborne, on December 12 will be published on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One a free demo that will allow players to try the Capcom title that has sold over 10 million of unity.
The Iceberg DLC will include new levels of missions, unpublished monsters, places, moves, and equipment. Everything will be embellished by a compelling and engaging story that will resume the events of Monster Hunter World. The additional content will be available for download in autumn 2019 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, while for the PC version of Iceborne Capcom underlines that new information will be released in the future.
Following the announcement, the managers of the software house have unveiled the imminent arrival of a free trial version of Monster Hunter World. The demo will be available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One starting on December 12 until 17, can be downloaded from the online stores of the respective consoles and will include a series of contents including missions, armor, and improvements up to hunter grade 4 / assignments 3.
We report that the trial version will require an active subscription to PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold for online sessions, you can play multiplayer with who owns Monster Hunter: World and all progress can be transferred in the full version in case you decide to buy it.
Recall that Capcom took the opportunity to remember that in early 2019 the monster hunter Geralt from The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will land in Monster Hunter: World with a series of themed missions that will offer a gameplay able to merge the experience of The Witcher with that of Monster Hunter.
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