Capcom have officially confirmed date and time for their next special broadcast, in which they will detail Monster Hunter: World's next, huge Spring update. The live stream will start on Thursday, 09 May 2019, 4:00 PM PT / 1:00 AM CET.
A big Monster Hunter: World live stream is coming this week it's been officially confirmed by the developer and publisher Capcom. In the special Monster Hunter: World program, which will take place on Thursday, 09 May 2019, Capcom will share the latest details about the game's development and also talk about some upcoming content.
Unfortunately, the specific details were not mentioned but we know that the live stream will feature producer Ryozo Tsujimoto and executive director/art director Kaname Fujioka. Hopefully, this means we're getting a lot of new details about the Iceborne expansion which is scheduled to release sometime in Autumn 2019.
Capcom already confirmed that they will reveal Iceborne expansion pricing and a lot of new details sometime in Spring 2019 so it's safe to assume that this live stream will indeed be the place for these announcements.
Just like some previous, similar Monster Hunter: World broadcasts, this one is also expected to run approximately 30 minutes. You will be able to watch it in English on Monster Hunter: World's Twitch channel, starting at 4:00 PM PT / 1:00 AM ET, and May 10 at 12:00 AM BST and 1:00 AM CET.
For those who prefer the Japanese version, it will be available on Monster Hunter: World's YouTube channel.
In other Monster Hunter: World news, Spring Blossom Fest is in full bloom right now, with nearly all Event Quests live, so you can earn some items you missed in previous events.
On top of that, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt x Monster Hunter: World crossover event is set to arrive to PC on 09 May 2019. As you may know, it will introduce Geralt and Ciri along with a couple of iconic monsters from The Witcher series. You'll get to hunt them and earn Witcher-themed armour and weapons.
Monster Hunter: World is available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.