Following its recent launch and sales success, Capcom’s Monster Hunter World latest expansion Iceborne seems to have no trouble getting a huge audience. Now the company is digging into the title. There’s a new roadmap detailing what’s coming in the next few months ahead. That includes a few debuting monsters, along with a long-awaited crossover for Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds.
The company revealed the roadmap in a new tweet, which you can view below.
— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) September 14, 2019
The big highlight here for Monster Hunter veterans is the return of Rajang, who was showcased last week during the Tokyo Game Show. He’ll debut in Iceborne sometime in October, along with “updates to your room,” which will likely introduce new customization options to the game.
But then comes November, with a new Event Quest featuring tie-ins with Sony’s Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds. The teaser trailer below gives fans an idea of what to expect from that expansion. More than likely, it will be PlayStation 4 exclusive.
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In December, a new monster will make their debut in the game, though we have no hints to their identity. The PlayStation 4 version of Monster Hunter World Iceborne also gets two additional Horizon Zero Dawn quests. All versions will see a special Seasonal Event, which should get revealed in the months ahead.
Following that, in 2020, Capcom will have more updates planned for the game. By that time, we’ll likely see a new roadmap, giving would-be hunters an idea of what lies ahead.
Monster Hunter World Iceborne is available now for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. It’ll also release on PC in January 2020.