Monster Hunter World New Quests and Character Redos Arrive Today

Monster Hunter World First Major Update To Release Next Week; Adds Devilijho And More

Come March 22, players will be able to experience the terror that is Deviljho, the first new monster post-launch for "Monster Hunter World".

Monster Hunter World took the world by storm when it was released a few months back, bringing the magic of this beloved franchise to an updated aesthetic and control scheme on modern consoles.

Monster Hunter: World's Celestial Pursuit Gathering Hub will be decked out accordingly for the Spring Blossom Fest celebrations, with Guild staff sporting official uniforms for the occasion.

As Polygon notes, however, one of the best parts of the update has to do with the annoying habit of bad players to perform "griefing" on others.

The main attraction of this update is going to be Deviljho.

Additional changes to the game will include weapon balances and Character Edit vouchers.

Everyone is advised to think about using their vouchers thoroughly because the next one will only be available later this spring, this time requiring you to purchase them with actual money.

Hunter cosmetic appearance (hairstyle, facepaint, etc.). And speaking of adjustments, if you're not happy in retrospect with how you've crafted your Hunter, players will be getting a free "Hunter Personal Grooming Ticket" that will allow you to change your Hunter's gender and looks, though your Palico and your name will stay the same. "Additionally, players are now immune to all hit reactions, including bombs, during carving animations after quest completion", the company wrote.

Added the "Text Size" setting for changing subtitle text size, under Start Menu Options Game Settings. We don't know all of the details about the patch yet, but they should be available in the coming days.

Now shifting things to a much lighter mood... shortly after the arrival of the mean pickle in Monster Hunter: World, we'll be hosting our very first seasonal event: the Spring Blossom Fest.

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