Post-launch support for both versions will sync up in April.
Monster Hunter World fans on PC may have come a little late to the party, but finally got access to the excellent (and massive) Iceborne expansion recently. In case there was ever any doubt that the PC community loves Capcom’s action RPG (there wasn’t), the release of Iceborne on the platform seems to have driven interest in the game even more, having tripled its concurrent player count on Steam.
Capcom will, of course, be supporting the expansion following its launch for at least some months to come, and now, they have released details on what we can expect to see by way of post-launch support for Iceborne on PC as well as the consoles. The PS4 and Xbox One versions will remain ahead of the PC one as far as content is concerned for a couple more months (since they launched a little earlier). However, April will see title update 13.50 going live on PC, PS4, and Xbox One together, following which updates for all versions of the game will be synced up. You can get the full roadmap below.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is currently available (along with the base game) on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Read our Iceborne PC review through here, or read our console review of the expansion when it launched last year. Capcom also recently announced Monster Hunter World has shipped over 15 million units globally, with Iceborne at 4 million units.
■ Major Title Update 1 (Ver. 11.50.00)
– New monster: Rajang
– Raccoon City Collaboration
– Room updates
– Guiding Lands “Volcanic Region” added
■ Major Title Update 2 (Ver. 12.03.00)
– New monster: Safi’jiiva
– New monster: Stygian Zinogre
– Guiding Lands “Tundra Region” added
■ Major Title Update 3 (Ver. 13.00.00)
– New Variant Monster #1
– New Variant Monster #2
■ Title Update (Ver. 13.50.00)
– Available same day as console version. (Note: Future releases will be the same time as console version.)
– New arch-tempered and master rank versions of existing monsters.
CONSOLE ROADMAP (click on the image to enlarge):