Monster Hunter World Iceborne feature

Monster Hunter World PC will be on par with console version on April 23rd, Update 13.01.00 now available

Capcom has announced that a new major update for Monster Hunter World Iceborne will come out on April 23rd. This update will finally bring the PC version on par with the console version. Moreover, Capcom has recently released a new patch for the PC version of Monster Hunter World.

According to the release notes, Update 13.01.00 adds Raging Brachydios and Furious Rajang. Both monsters will appear in new special assignments after finishing the main story of Iceborne and unlocking the tundra region in the Guiding Lands.

Furthermore, this patch adds an item that forces a monster to leave the Guiding Lands. It also raises the maximum level cap for master rank armor upgrades. Not only that, but it adds an augmentation feature that lets you customize the look of your weapon, as well as an option to the Steamworks that lets you change the Steamworks’ output.

It’s also worth noting that this patch features some PC-only fixes. For instance, it fixes an issue with the chat window where you could not switch to display hunter names using the keyboard controls. It also fixes an issue with the keyboard controls where holding down the appropriate key while using the cannons or dragonator would immediately fire the weapon instead of holding fire.

As always, Steam will download this patch the next time you launch it. You can also find its complete changelog here. Finally, you can find below a trailer for the game’s next major update!

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne - Title Update Ver. 13.5

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