If you have played Monster Hunter: World, you would have found it to be one of the prominent options when it comes to the best in the gaming experience. When it was launched in 2018, it did raise the bar for the games in its genre. An update is due and we are heading towards the launch of the next one in the series.
The expansion pack, Iceborne is just around the corner. Set to release on September 6, the Iceborn Beta for Monster Hunter: World is available for free. The update is less than a week away and will be made available on PS4 and Xbox One users. However, if you want to check it out before the actual launch, you can check out the beta that should help you learn much about the upcoming expansion pack.
The beta is made available for the second time. If you missed the beta update the first time, you would be able to update this time around. The update is set to bring in a host of improvements and enhancements. Of course, explaining all the plus things that the update packs in may not be an easier task here. It does come with a host of advanced features and enhancements.
The update is filled with ice and snow in the entire episode. Work through the different stages and make your way through the multiple quests. Make sure that you have your consoles completely ready well in advance. You will be able to get a taste of the episode and the updated features right away well in advance before the update is launched for your version.
The beta for the PS4 has already gone live on August 30 and will run up to Sept 1. If you are on Xbox One, the beta will begin from Sept 2 and run up to Sept 4. You can download the beta from Microsoft Store. You can find the PS4 version on PlayStation Store.
The beta has access to all the three monsters as in the previous versions viz Great Jagras (beginner), Banbaro (intermediate) and Tigrex (expert). Try out all the 14 types of weapons that you have used so far. In addition, thee would also be the new weapons from the Iceborne episode afresh.
The beta is made available free in its entirety and should be the right option to experience the magnanimous Monster Hunter: World in an all-new way! The full expansion pack will be available on PS4 and Xbox One on Sept. 6 and the PC release is expected sometime early next year.