Capcom Details Upcoming Deviljho Update For Monster Hunter World

Leigh Mccormick
March 24, 2018

You'll be able to hunt down the Deviljho and partake in the Spring Fest once the update goes live on March 22 for PS4 and Xbox One. This title update will also bring a number of tweaks and adjustments to most of the Monster Hunter: World's weapon types.

Gamers were already aware before the release of the game that this monster was going to be introduced in the first free update. Yes, I'm referring to carpet bombing nuisance, Bazelgeuse!

CapcomThe Deviljho is the first monster to be added in "Monster Hunter World" post-launch.

Moving on, here are the weapon changes and other stuff tweaked in the big spring update.

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A limited time event will also occur in the month following the release of Deviljho. The daily login bonus Lucky Vouchers will be increased to two per login bonus, and there will also be special tickets and fireworks for the event.

Long Sword: improvements to Foresight Slash input timing and hitbox detection. In the meantime, please know that our team in Japan is hard at work monitoring player behavior and feedback, and we hope these changes will make for a better and smoother hunting experience. Today, the publisher confirmed that on March 16, everyone will get one free "Character Edit Voucher". This freebie will only change the appearance of their characters, but it will not change their names; neither will it allow players to change the name and appearance of their Palicos. More details to come.

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. The game values its multiplayer also, and with skins and crossovers such as Devil May Cry and Mega Man, it is obvious to see that Capcom is looking further into the future by expanding its universe into something that players won't be able to tear themselves away from.

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