Monster Hunter World’s upcoming Iceborne expansion is still a few months away. But PS4 is ready to share the exciting news with its fans. Play Station 4 players will get a chance to test it out as early as next week.

Test Time

PlayStation Plus subscribers will have some added advantages. They can test the game from 21 to 24 June as the first beta is going to be completely exclusive for them.

Wait, even if you are not a Plus member, you will still get your chance to enter this amazing world. How? Well, the second beta will be opening from 28 June to 1 July. So all the players eagerly waiting for this can surely join.

New Features

In Monster Hunter World: Iceborne players will have access to the three levels of quests. The three levels are- an introductory level of Great Jagras fight and then two difficult quests in the new Hoarfrost Reach area.

Players will also get a chance to use new high-level weapons and equipment in this beta demo. They will get to play with a Clutch Claw that lets one to Hookshot oneself onto a monster’s face. Each player can earn helpful item once they complete each quest.

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Trailer

Sony released a three-minute trailer for the fans of Monster Hunter World’s expansive Iceborne. The trailer contains the images of few returning monsters like the fierce and powerful Nargacuga and some brand new monsters.

It is going to release on September 9. The price has not been disclosed yet. But owners of both physical or digital version of the base Monster Hunter World will be able to buy the expansions separately.

A Master version will also be available which includes Monster Hunter World and Iceborne expansion in one package.

Bonus

Iceborne is going to be available on Deluxe Kit as well. This exclusive kit will contain Silver Knight Layered Armor set, two sticker sets, three gestures, one hairstyle, one face paint, and one room decor set.

New Ranks

Iceborne is going to have a new Master rank which will include patterns from Low rank to High rank to Master rank. Master rank is the same as G rank of the previous games.

So get ready to face the monsters in the new Monster Hunter World: Iceborne.

 

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