Monster Hunter World Gets Updated Event Quest Schedule Until March 8th and DLC Trailer

Monster Hunter World Gets Updated Event Quest Schedule Until March 8th and DLC Trailer

Capcom released an updated event schedule for Monster Hunter World, and a new trailer showcasing the DLC released in January and February.

Today Capcom released an update to the schedule for event quests and challenge quests in Monster Hunter World. 

The new schedule extends all the way to March 8th, and it includes several new events. Among them is The Proving, that will let you get the materials to craft Aloy’s armor and bow. It will launch exclusively on PS4 on February 23rd.

You can check out the full list in the image at the bottom of the post, alongside images for all the new quests.

On top of that, we also get a trailer showcasing all the DLCs released between January and February. As promised by Capcom last year, they’re all cosmetic, and they include gestures, costumes, face paint, and chat stamps. It should be nothing that would concern hunters that aren’t willing to pay more for the game.

You can watch the video below, and see if there is anything that entices you.

Last, but not least, a patch has been released for both PS4 and Xbox One, numbered respectively 1.06 and

PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
  • Fixed an issue that occurred when players had 31 or more Slashberries in their item pouch at the time of the last update (PS4: Update 1.05 / Xbox One: Update where the maximum number of Slashberries a player can hold in their item pouch was reduced from 60 to 30. This update will move any Slashberries exceeding 30 in your item pouch to your item box.
  • Made additional fixes to an issue fixed in the last update (PS4: Update 1.05 / Xbox One: Update where, rarely, uninvited non-squad members could join a Squad Online Session, or Squad members could not join one of their own.
Xbox One
  • Readjusted the search algorithm when searching for another player’s session to join.

In other Monster Hunter World news, we also 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 (or hot bowls of ramen… Yes, I know. I am abusing this joke now) in Japan. 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.