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    At E3 2019, we went hands-on with Monster Hunter World's big Iceborne expansion and came away more excited than ever. Here's why.

    Monster Hunter World is a huge game already, with huge areas to explore, tons of gear to acquire, and epic monsters to battle. The game became a success story for a resurgent Capcom, quickly smashing the company's sales records as the first Monster Hunter title to hit core consoles. Since launch, Capcom introduced a range of new content, including unique events for special gear, high-profile tie-in updates with major franchises like The Witcher and Final Fantasy, and a massive multi-stage boss area in the form of the gold-hoarding giant Kulve Taroth. Now, Capcom's next big World update is going to go far further and far deeper.
    Say hi to Iceborne, a vast, sequel-sized expansion for Monster Hunter World, adding a range of new mechanics, fresh progression, new story elements, and of course, all-new threats to conquer. At E3 2019, we went hands-on and drew blood with two of the new nasties, in the ice-blasted forests of the Hoarfrost Reach.

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    07-10-2019 07:11 AM

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