Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is the newest expansion of Capcom‘s successful Monster Hunter World, a game in which we hunt large monsters and enhance our features with the beasts we slay.

Available: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows
Gender: Action role
Players: Single Player, Multiplayer
Launch date: 9 December 2017

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Trailer + Game Pictures

In Iceborne, users will join the Research Commission to explore the frozen lands of the Hoarfrost Reach, which will be the largest map in the game. We will follow the Legiana trail from the Old Forest to a new cold, remote and very dangerous location, all covered in ice. Below is the official trailer for the game, so you can get a feel for the plot.

Like other games in this popular saga, it is a very dynamic and intuitive game that you will understand easily and will be captivated from the first moment. Here are a few images of the game so that you can start getting familiar with it.

Tricks for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne

Like most action role-playing games, it is a very intuitive game where you only have to focus on surviving, achieving your goals and killing your enemies (in this case monsters). However, there are a few points and tricks to consider before you play. Here are a few tricks to help you be the best in this game:

Track the monsters

In this new version of the game, there are the Scoutflies, bright flies that help to track down and find the monsters. The Iceborne Beta helps you get started by telling you which area to look for Scoutflies. Once you reach the marked region, look for bright green flies, which fly over the tracks. Examine those tracks and follow the Scoutflies to your target.

Below is a video to help you understand how to use these scoutflies:

Master the Clutch Claw and the Slinger

The Clutch Claw is a new and important weapon in the shape of a hook introduced in the Iceborne. To use it, press and hold the L2 key to aim at a monster, then press Circle to fire the Clutch Claw. You have to be relatively close to the monster to do this. Clutch Claw allows you to hook onto monsters with ease. Once you are hooked, you have a variety of moves to choose from to attack the monster. Thanks to this attack, you can also grab ammunition from the Slinger in this manner, which is more powerful than the standard stones you usually encounter.

The Clutch Claw can be incredibly useful. But keep in mind that it is very energy consuming. Plus, once the monster gets mad, you’ll be thrown almost instantly when you ride it. Use the Clutch Claw to your advantage, but don’t overuse it.

Below is a video to help you understand the benefits of this new weapon and its use:

Go visit the training area

If you want to perfect your skills you can go to the training area. There you can practice combos, Slinger shots and Clutch Claw moves to help you practice the new movement groups. Messages on the screen show move names, combos and damage to give you an idea of what to expect when you go hunting.

Basic Guide to Playing Monster Hunter World: Iceborne

This game advances according to the missions you will be asked to carry out. In addition, with the materials you find in each mission and expedition you can forge and improve your team. Here’s a basic guide to see how to play Monster Hunter World: Iceborne and get started:

Analysis of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne

This wonderful game has captivated the oldest players in the saga. It is a very dynamic, fun and addictive game. However, it has some negative aspects (although few, from our point of view) that we will comment in the analysis that we leave you below:


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