First title update is coming to Monster Hunter World: Iceborne on 10 October 2019 and it will add new huntable monster Rajang as well ass Volcanic region in the Guiding Lands.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne developer Capcom have another batch of fresh content ready for deployment later this month. Today, we have first details about Monster Hunter World: Iceborne's first major title update, thanks to a description on PlayStation Store.
According to the product page, the first title update will officially land on consoles on Thursday, 10 October 2019 and it brings a new huntable monster Rajang along with a Volcanic region in the Guiding Lands. The new region will allow players to farm new materials and various monsters while the angry ape Rajang will one tough opponent even for the most experienced hunters. He is described as the pinnacle of physical strength and unforgiving aggression so be well prepared before you try to slay it.
Another addition that is coming in first title update is the long-awaited feature that will allow players to show off their decorated and cosy homes to other players. You can even change the music and present your favourite armour sets using a brand new option equipment display. Here is the full description of the first title update:
"In the first free update for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, hunters will be tasked with tangling with the fearsome Rajang in a new special assignment. Complete the quests given to you by the Admiral to receive a special Rajang Claws pendant. In addition, there’s more to explore in the Guiding Lands as a new Volcanic region appears. Delve deep into this new region to obtain materials to further customize your weapons and armour! And that’s not all! You’ll now be able to hang out with other players in your room! use the new music player to change the music in your room and show off your favourite equipment with the all-new equipment display."
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is available now on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, while the PC version is coming sometime in January 2020.