Major Monster Hunter World Update Comes Out March 22, Get Ready!

Greg Lawrence
March 15, 2018

This announcement comes from the official Monster Hunter World Twitter account, confirming that your cute and fluffy friends will be able to dress up in the most awesome, blue pixel suit around to suit to satisfy your Mega Man needs.

And speaking of parts, players will now be able to carve up their kills free of interference from griefers, being unaffected by attacks or bombs after you kill the object of the hunt.

This will be the first major update for Monster Hunter World.

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.

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Also on the topic of weapons, the upcoming March 22 title update will bring to the table a number of tweaks, adjustments and bug fixes to most weapon types.

Dual Blades: adjustments to help maintain Demon Gauge active. Every player will get one voucher for free on 22nd March, and further vouchers will be available to purchase at a later date. It'll just appear in the PlayStation Store and Xbox Live Store, so all you'll need to do is grab it as a freebie. Although no word on what quest will need to be completed, player's won't ever lose site of their felyne companion with the bright blue bomber's outfit. One extra detail worth noting is the introduction of Character Edit Vouchers, which will allow you to change your hunter's gender and appearance.

Other major changes include reduced loading times, the ability to return to the Gathering Hall multiplayer area after a quest, alongside a raft of balance tweaks to nearly all of the game's 14 weapon types. If weapon changes aren't enough, rejoice as the March 22 update will also make it so ally attacks can no longer interrupt the carving animation.

To start off with, the Deviljho is making a return to Monster Hunter by being added in the update.

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