With Iceborne, the first major expansion of Capcom's ARPG Monster Hunter World, players definitely want to know exactly what it will bring to the game. We already know that it will feature an Arctic ecosystem, with a map that will compete with the size of the base game, not to mention new monsters to master and a multitude of new content. Now, it seems that it will also contain several big pieces of downloadable content – and that they will be free.
In an interview with Gamersky (translated with Google) at the Hong Kong 2019 Animated Video Game Festival, Monster Hunter producer Sakamoto Ryusan and Executive Director Kaname Fujioka were asked about DLC projects for the game. They said "the update of the content of Monster Hunter: World itself is now complete, which means that there will be no new content in the future . "
However, "the new method of updating the content of" Ice[borne]"Will be the same as the main body, and the content will be updated constantly through several large free DLCs." As one might expect, it looks like future updates will continue to add new monsters for you to attack – "yes, new monsters will be added later in the updated way. "
What these free DLC updates will include exactly still remains a mystery at the moment, and it looks like the developers are not going to reveal everything for now – when asked if they're going to have it. other dragons would not be in the game yet, the developers seemed to suggest that they would have more to say about future monsters later.
If you'd like to know the progress of this expansion, check out our latest Monster Hunter World: Iceborne details and get ready for the PC release, which is scheduled to take place this winter.