The first big update for Monster Hunter: World is out next week, with Capcom bringing a new monster into the mix and adding some welcome features.
The monster in question, Deviljho, is nasty-looking wyvern, and due to arrive in the game on March 22nd.
Other changes being introduced are the ability to edit your character’s look – it seems as though you will only be able to do this once, however, with additional changes available by purchasing tickets.
A quality of life improvement will be added, as well, with the option to return to the gathering hall after a quest has been completed.
Further to that, there are a number of adjustments that will be made to the game’s various weapons.
To view the full stream and see all the additions, check out the video below:
The update will be free for all players.
Monster Hunter: World has been a roaring success for Capcom, becoming its best-selling game, ever. Crucially, it has been a big hit in the West, a goal that has eluded the series for years.
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