The massive Monster Hunter World: Iceborne expansion might have launched for PS4 and Xbox One in September 2019, but it’ll only be arriving on PC next week. Capcom has now outlined when free title updates for Iceborne players on PC will arrive after launch.
The basic schedule comes from the Monster Hunter Information Twitter account. Iceborne players on PC will be able to take on the ferocious Rajang in February, alongside the Resident Evil 2 crossover event, before more monsters are added in March.
– Monster Hunter Information_EN (@MHinfo_en) January 2, 2020
If we had to guess, it certainly seems like the Safi’jiiva, and/or the Zinogre, will be arriving on PC in the March update for Iceborne. The Safi’jiiva Raid only launched for console players last month in December, the second full Raid mission for Monster Hunter: World.
This doesn’t mirror the post-launch schedule for Iceborne on consoles, since Capcom are trying to release updates at a faster pace to catch PC players up with the console counterparts. Capcom has pledged to keep PC players up to date on when they can expect new content like the Safi’jiiva, Zinogre, and more.
For more on Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, you can check out our complete postmortem on the huge expansion with the developers at Capcom. There’s a lot to unpack about the DLC, including the development process, future updates, and more.