With a message posted on the official Twitter profile of the game, Capcom has finally announced the launch date of the PC version of Monster Hunter World Iceborne, the eagerly awaited expansion of the hunting game that brought so much luck to the Japanese publisher since the debut dating back to last year.
As you can see by reading the twitter you find at the bottom of the news, Capcom has confirmed that Iceborne will be launched on PC in January 2020 via Steam, therefore with about four months of delay with respect to the publication on console: the expansion, in fact, will arrive in prime on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 6 September 2019.
We take this opportunity to offer you two new gameplay videos recently released online by Game Informer.com colleagues. In these two new films, which you can see at the top and at the bottom of the article, they lead us to the search for the already known Barioth and two unpublished subspecies that will appear for the first time in Iceborne: Viper Tobi-Kadachi and Nightshade Paolumu. An excellent opportunity, therefore, to give a further glimpse of the fascinating glimpses of the Broom Hills give us, and all the other gameplay novelties that Capcom is preparing for its fans.
Monster Hunter World Iceborne will be released first on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 6th, and will later arrive in January 2020 on PC. Despite being systematically late in terms of content compared to consoles, the PC version was the second gaming platform where Monster Hunter World sold better.
Get ready, hunters! Monster Hunter World: #Iceborne arrives September 6 on PS4 and Xbox One!
Steam version coming January 2020. pic.twitter.com/KGMiRcB1AI
— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) July 31, 2019