Monster Hunter World Gets Updated Event Quest Schedule Until March 15th

Capcom updated Monster Hunter World's event and challenge quest schedule, revealing events until March 15th, 2018 on PS4 and Xbox One.

on February 23, 2018 12:56 AM

Today Capcom updated the schedule for event quests and challenge quests in Monster Hunter World, extending it until Thursday, March 15th, 2018.

If you’re curious to see which quests are going to be available for you to tackle in the next few weeks, you can find them all in the image below.

Monster Hunter World Gets Updated Event Quest Schedule Until March 15th

This time around, unlike previous weeks, there wasn’t a new patch to accompany the new schedule, so there is no download involved.

Incidentally, on the 28th we’ll finally get access to the quest to unlock Aloy’s armor and bow from Horizon Zero Dawn.

Below you can also check out a few screenshots for the new challenge and event quests that have been added today to the list.

In other Monster Hunter World news, we recently learned from Capcom that the game shipped over six million units worldwide and already passed the publisher’s target for the full fiscal year over a month ahead of its end on March 31st. It’s also still selling like hotcakes in Japan, and it topped January’s NPD charts. If you want to learn more about the game, you can read our review.

Monster Hunter World is currently available for PS4 and Xbox One, with a port for PC coming in the fall. Unfortunately, Capcom’s President Haruhiro Tsujimoto mentioned that it would be “difficult” to port it to the Switch.

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