Monster Hunter World Will Add Two New Monsters In March

Raging Brachydios and Furious Rajang claw their way into Iceborne on March 12.


If you're the kind of hunter that's already carved your way through the entire collection of foes in Monster Hunter World and its massive Iceborne expansion, get your Charge Blade ready, because Capcom is adding two free monsters to Iceborne as part of its third title update this March.

Furious Rajang is an electrified bull that stands on its hind legs before smashing you in the face with area-of-effect blasts, while Raging Brachydios is a fiery wyvern who rakes at you with smoldering claws. They are both more challenging variants of monsters that already appear in Iceborne, and they first made their appearance in previous Monster Hunter games.

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If you're a PC player, you'll have to wait a little longer to battle these fearsome foes, as the PC version is receiving the second title update instead, which adds monsters like Stygian Zinogre to the mix, along with a whole new region. According to Capcom's content roadmap for Iceborne, however, the console and PC versions will sync in April or May 2020, which will hopefully prevent these sort of delays in the future.

In our review, Ginny Woo opined that Iceborne offers more of the same "glorious slog" that first hooked players back in World. "It adds more of what set the base game aside from its predecessors without feeling overcrowded, even if its narrative could have used a little more work," she wrote.

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