Monster Hunter World Iceborne: here are the beta dates

Put on your winter clothes and bring a hot drink! Capcom today confirmed details of the upcoming beta session on PlayStation 4 Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, the long-awaited massive expansion of Capcom's best-selling title, Monster Hunter: World. Newbie hunters and longtime fans can prepare for the hunting season in advance and experience some of the expansion's content. Glacial, including the new Brine Wastes region, new monsters and new gameplay options.

The first beta of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, will be available, exclusively for PlayStation®Plus subscription holders, from Friday June 21 at 12 p.m. until Monday June 24 at 12 p.m. A second beta, accessible to all PS4 users, will be available from Friday June 28 at 12:00 p.m. until Monday July 1 at 12:00 p.m. It will be possible to preload a few days before the two beta periods. The base game Monster Hunter: World is not required to participate in beta sessions of Carried away by the ice.

Beta details

The beta will offer players three different missions: the now famous Great Jagras from Monster Hunter: World, perfect for beginners, the all-new and brutal Horned Wyvern of Banbaro for a medium difficulty challenge and, for the most daring hunters, the return of Tigrex, one of the most beloved monsters in the saga. The beta will allow you to test all 14 weapon types, including new combat mechanics, in missions or in the training area. Additionally, new slingshot extensions will be available, such as the Claw Grapple. By completing each mission at least once, players will receive a total of 3 packs containing consumables that can be used in the full version of Glacial, during launch. Get ready for more information and new monster announcements…this is just the tipCarried away by the ice!

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The full version of Monster Hunter World Iceborne will be available on September 6, 2019 for PlayStation 4, and for Xbox One, including Xbox One X. The PC version will be released later during the winter period. In order to play Ice It is necessary to own the base game Monster Hunter: World and although players can immediately try some of the new gameplay options, such as Slingshot and weapon upgrades, they are required to have completed the main story and reached Hunter Rank 16 to access the new missions of Carried away by the ice.

For more information you can visit the following site. We leave you with the new trailer for the game, wishing you a good viewing.

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