Capcom’s massive expansion to Monster Hunter World has finally arrived on both PS4 and Xbox One in the form of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne. The expansion brings new areas, monsters, mechanics, multiple quality of life improvements, the completion of the story, and a lot more. If you missed our review, Monster Hunter World: Iceborne gets our first 10/10 ever. Capcom also released a free armor set for all players on PS4 and Xbox One to help them get through Monster Hunter World. Check out the video showcasing it below:

If you haven’t bought Monster Hunter World: Iceborne yet, there are a few options depending on whether you want to go digital or physical.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne digital editions

There are two digital editions for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne. If you already own, Monster Hunter World, you need to buy one of the two digital expansion releases that are available now. The Monster Hunter World: Iceborne standard edition price is Rs. 3,000 on Xbox One and Rs. 2,997 on PS4. The Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Digital Deluxe edition that includes some cosmetics is priced at Rs. 3,750 on Xbox One and Rs. 3,746 on PS4. It is worth noting that on PS4, you need to match your game region to the DLC. While some games support DLC from other regions, it is better to ensure you buy DLC from the same region you own the base game in including a disc release. If you don’t already own Monster Hunter World, the Master Edition which includes the base game and expansion is available on the Microsoft Store right now. As of this writing, it is not available digitally on PSN.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne physical editions

This is where things get interesting. Between USA, Europe (and India for one release), and Japan, there are different retail editions available. USA has the maximum number of physical editions when you count retailers and both consoles while Japan is the only region that has a collector’s edition. The physical editions that include a disc are all meant for people who don’t own the base Monster Hunter World game because the disc releases include the base game and Iceborne on a single disc. In India, the Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Master Edition at retail is PS4 exclusive.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne tips and tricks

Check out our guide for the early game in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne here which includes crafting, armor spheres, the new gatherine hub, the clutch claw, and more.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne monsters list

If you’ve not kept up with what Capcom has shown so far and want to avoid leaks, check out our post on the monsters revealed so far from a little while ago. Capcom went on to reveal Namielle, Yian Garuga, and more since then.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is now available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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