Monster Hunter World To Receive First Major Update Next Week

Monster Hunter World To Receive First Major Update Next Week

Monster Hunter World To Receive First Major Update Next Week

The update will be released this March 22nd.

In addition to the game's first big update next week, which adds the returning monster Deviljho and makes an assortment of balance changes to nearly every weapon type, players have a few new events to look forward to in the near future.

Players will be able to battle against the might of Deviljho in a new update that lands on 22 March.

As if that wasn't enough, the Spring Blossom Fest will also introduce two new weapons - rocket-powered sword and the Wyvern Ignition.

Spring Blossom Fest complete with a fully decorated gathering hub and fun daily activities.

We're also getting the first seasonal event in the form of the Spring Blossom Festival, from April 6th to April 19th.

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Also on the topic of weapons, the upcoming March 22 title update will bring to the table a number of tweaks, adjustments and bug fixes to most weapon types. Capcom has also announced future events and new items, including a Mega Man crossover.

And speaking of parts, players will now be able to carve up their kills free of interference from griefers, being unaffected by attacks or bombs after you kill the object of the hunt.

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.

As always, stay tuned to the Monster Hunter channels on Twitter and Facebook for the latest news and updates.

Another new addition will come on March 16th, and it's the ability to fully change your character and palico's looks.

Many fans are looking forward to his return if only to see how he will interact with "World's" own invader.

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