Monster Hunter World Iceborne Seasonal Event Now Live On All Platforms

The Full Bloom Fest brings a full month of festivities, quests, new gear, and much more.


Capcom has announced that the Full Bloom Fest seasonal event is now live in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

The event, which runs until May 7 at 4:59 PM PT / 7:59 PM ET / 11:59 GMT, gives players the chance to earn a variety of gear, including weapons, armor, pendants, and more. Every player will receive one special ticket for each day they log in to Monster Hunter World. These can be used to craft new equipment for yourself and your Palico, but that's not the only way to earn them.

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You can also get tickets by taking on Event Quests or assisting lower rank players via Hunter Helper, which will reward you with VIP tickets. These can be used to craft "the Layered Armor equivalent of your Rose outfit and various other weapon pendants following the same rose bouquet motif."

Capcom also added a few new quests to Monster Hunter World with the arrival of the Full Bloom Fest, like the "Skyward Snipers" quest that gives you the opportunity to craft the Downy Crake layered headpiece. Those still after the Whetfish Sabers can take on the "A Fish to Whet Your Appetite" in order to add the bizarre weapon to your arsenal. Other quests, such as "50 Shades of White," also make a return.

Check some of what the Full Bloom Fest will offer in the screens below.

In other Monster Hunter World news, Capcom dropped an update in March that added new variant monsters, implemented a "layered weapons" feature, addressed a number of bugs, and more. Not long after this update released, the team put out an update for PC that included the same additions and tweaks.

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