Capcom have officially confirmed that Monster Hunter World: Iceborne's Title Update 4 will arrive in early July 2020. The publisher confirmed that the devs have resumed work on the update, now that Coronavirus state of emergency has been lifted in Japan.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne was set to introduce its fourth Title Update back in May 2020 but unfortunately, the new content has been delayed due to coronavirus pandemic.
"Unfortunately, coronavirus (COVID-19) related impacts on production have made it necessary to postpone the release of the fourth free title update for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne," Capcom wrote in their statement over at Twitter in April 2020.
Today, the Japanese publisher have released a new statement, confirming the new release date for Title Update 4. Capcom say that a fresh batch of content will arrive in early July 2020. In the announcement, Capcom wrote that the development team have finally started to resume work on Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Title Updates now that Japanese government have lifted the Coronavirus state of emergency.
The publisher will update players once they have a final release date set for the update.
At the moment, the details about this next batch of free content are pretty scarce since Capcom are yet to officially unveil everything that will be included in the update. However, just like with previous Title Updates, you can expect new gear, new monsters, quests and a lot more.
Monster Hunter World and its expansion Iceborne is available on PC via Steam, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.