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Monster Hunter World: Iceborne PC Release Date, Trailer and Features Revealed

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, was released in September this year for PS4 and Xbox One, with our reviewer thinking it was simply awesome and giving the mammoth expansion a 9.5 out of 10 in our review. However, the expansion hasn’t come to PC just yet and now, Capcom has revealed the Iceborne release date in a brand new PC trailer for you to feast your eyes on. The Iceborne PC features have also been revealed and it looks pretty great.

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Capcom has revealed that the Monster Hunter World: Iceborne PC release date is 9 January 2020, which means playing the game for the next month or two could even be one of your resolutions for the new year. Speaking about resolutions (sorry), the trailer which you can view at the bottom of this article is an Iceborne PC version 4K 60FPS one, so don’t forget to feast your eyes on it.

Capcom also revealed that Guardian Armor is coming soon to Monster Hunter World on PC and that Rajang is coming as a free title update to Iceborne on PC at a later date. Lastly, Capcom revealed that key Iceborne PC features that gamers can look forward to.

  • High-Resolution Textures
  • 4K Resolution support
  • Uncapped Frame Rate
  • Ultrawide 21:9 support
  • DirectX 12 support
  • Mouse & Keyboard controls

That uncapped frame rate option is probably the most exciting of the bunch. Further, if you are able to play the original game, then you won’t have to upgrade to play Iceborne at all, is pretty much a given but still worth mentioning.

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Watch the Monster Hunter World: Iceborne trailer from Capcom below and then tell us if you plan on playing this awesome expansion early next year.

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