Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is an expansion that doesn’t leave indifferent any player that purchases it. Indeed, the amount of content that this expansion adds to Monster Hunter World is so huge that even though it is not mandatory to have it to play the game, hardly any player is willing to miss what it has to offer. From the brand new weapons to the new monsters to hunt and plenty of amazing locations to explore in the region of Hoarfrost Reach, Iceborne has plenty of content to enhance the experience of the players.

Proof of that is that with the release of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne this weekend on Steam the game has achieved a peak number of players never seen before in the platform, with 284,524 concurrent players late on Sunday. Those are impressive numbers that have placed the game among the most played through the weekend. But what is even more impressive is that those numbers have been reached despite some technical problems that have plagued the launch of the expansion. Many players have been complaining about corrupted data and deleted save files, but Capcom has stated that they were looking into the matter to get it fixed asap.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne takes players to the frozen lands of Hoarfrost Reach, a vast new snow-covered region where they will adventure looking for dangerous monsters. The expansion adds a new difficulty level and new monsters, small ones like the Stonebill and the Rime Beetles, and large beasts like the Banbaro, the Beotodus or the Nargacuga. To face those you will have access to new weapons and special attacks for all the 14 weapon types in the game.

If you are a Monster Hunter World player looking for more intense experiences, Monster Hunter World: Iceborne has everything you are looking for. You can find the best price to buy it on all platforms using our comparator anytime.

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