Capcom has outlined a roadmap of updates for PC players.
Capcom recently announced that Monster Hunter World: Iceborne would be releasing for PC on January 9th 2020. The PC version will arrive on Steam and present several graphics options like 4K resolution support, uncapped frame rate and much more. The developer said that post-launch updates like Rajang would arrive soon after.
However, it’s now released a proper roadmap for the PC version. In early February 2020, Rajang, the Raccoon City collaboration quest and room features will arrive for PC players. This will also likely include the Volcanic region for the Guiding Lands. In early March 2020, there will be “new monsters and much more.”
The development had revealed earlier that console players would see another monster releasing in December so that’s likely the one coming to PC players in March 2020. The Astera Festival will also arrive in December for console players and offer some new event quests on top of returning ones. For more information on Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, check out GamingBolt’s review of the PS4 version here.