Despite having quite a rocky launch, the sales of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne on PC have been quite good, placing the game among the most played on Steam during the weekend that followed its release. It is true that the PC version of Monster Hunter World‘s expansion has given some headaches to the players, especially with the save files that were disappearing, but Capcom started addressing those soon enough through hotfixes. Things seem to be a bit better now and Capcom has used the opportunity to talk about the plans for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne by revealing the roadmap for the game for the following months.

The official Twitter account of Monster Hunter shows the list of updates that are coming and what exactly will be added to the game. The most important thing revealed is the promised synchronization of content between PC and consoles, which will happen in April.

In February PC players will be able to face the fearsome Rajang. In March, Stygian Zinogre and Safi’jiiva will threaten Hoarfrost Reach, and the Tundra region will be accessible. With the arrival of April, the parity between PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will be a fact with the release of two Arch-Tempered and Master Rank versions of existing monsters, and the Astera/Seliana Fest. From there, all the content that is coming to Monster Hunter World: Iceborne will be available on all the platforms at the same time. According to the roadmap picture, we will first see the return of a fan-favorite monster in May, and new monsters will be introduced for the summer.

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