Monster Hunter World: Iceborne review. The facts? An expansion towards the combat monster fighter that is heavy.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne review. The facts? An expansion towards the combat monster fighter that is heavy.

An exciting brand new adventure, but it’s not only the planet that’s chilling.

By Sam Greer 07 January 2020

Our Verdict

Doesn’t explore its themes but nonetheless provides the series’ many potent monster searching yet.

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The facts? An expansion into the combat hefty monster fighter. Be prepared to pay ?35/$40 Developer Capcom Publisher In-house Reviewed on Nvidia GeForce GTX970, Intel i7-4790K, 16GB RAM Multiplayer Yes Link formal site

Then let me put it like this: I had 200 hours in World before this expansion; I’ve racked up almost another 200 since I started it if you’re already a fan and want to know as simply as possible if Iceborne justifies its price tag. Therefore yes, there is a complete great deal of value for your money. But if you should be after all thinking about Monster Hunter beyond an occasion sink then Iceborne complicates World in both extremely intriguing and profoundly disappointing means.

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