Capcom have officially announced that Monster Hunter World: Iceborne expansion Title Update 4 has been delayed from its initial May 2020 release date due to coronavirus pandemic.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne was set to receive fourth free content drop Title Update 4 next month, but unfortunately, that will not happen since Capcom have officially confirmed that the update has been delayed.
"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.
The publisher say that voice-overs for several languages have also been affected and will be replaced by simplified versions.
As for the new release date, well, Capcom did not mention when exactly we can expect Title Update 4 to arrive. "We would like to apologize to all of our fans eagerly awaiting Alatreon’s arrival in the New World, and will provide updates once we have new information to share," it is written in the statement.
Capcom also updated their roadmap, which you can see below. Updates that were scheduled to arrive before Title Update 4 will release as planned. This means you will get to hunt Arch-Tempered Namielle on 01 May in a new limited-time event quest.
This event also features high tier decorations and high grade armour spheres.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.