Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Beta Begins This Week on PS4!

Source: stevivor.com

Capcom has had happy numbers with Monster Hunter World, its bet launched on January 26, 2018 delighted fans of the saga and brought many new adventurers, so far it has become the most played game of the Japanese company, in At E3 2019 we had a closer look at its new Iceborne expansion, which will offer us a whole new map almost as big as the base game, with new beasts and challenges to meet.

Capcom announced some time ago that this new expansion would have a beta in which everyone could participate, but did not give details of when it would start or how its entry mechanics would be, leaving fans with tremendous uncertainty on this subject, but recently in a publication from the official Monster Hunter Twitter account, they have given us the times and dates that correspond to the Iceborne Beta for the Playstation 4 platform.

The unfortunate thing is that Playstation Plus members will be able to try Iceborne first starting on June 21 and ending on June 23, after that period, all Playstation 4 players who own the game will be able to enter the Iceborne beta starting on June 28 and until next June 30.

As detailed by Capcom in the beta, we will have access to 3 missions within Iceborne, one will include a hunt for Great Jagras, ideal for new players, we will also have to face greater challenges, such as facing Banbaro, and the one that will be the most The difficult part of this beta will put us against Tigrex, one of the most beloved beasts by Monster Hunter fans.

At the moment Capcom has not given details about an upcoming beta for Xbox One and PC users, probably the information will arrive once the first beta process with Playstation is over.

The Monster Hunter World Iceborn expansion will take us to a wintery place full of new things to do and discover, the expansion is planned to be released on consoles on September 6, 2019, PC players will have to wait a little longer, that although no official date has been given for its launch in the PC Master Race, Capcom left a launch window for the Winter of the North Country.