Monster Hunter World: Iceborne expansion Title Update 3.5 launches April 23

Master Rank Kulve Taroth and Arch-tempered Namielle join the fray.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Title Update 3.5 will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on April 23, Capcom announced. It will add Master Rank Kulve Taroth and Arch-tempered Namielle.

Here is an overview of each monster, via Capcom:

Master Rank Kulve Taroth

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne

Kulve Taroth has returned in a new Master Rank quest! Slay this glimmering Elder Dragon in a limited time Event Quest to craft new armor and upgrade weapons obtained from the Kulve Taroth Siege.

Arch-tempered Namielle

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne

Tempered monsters are among the fiercest monsters ever discovered, yet even they pale in comparison to the Elder Dragons known as “Arch-tempered monsters.” Arch-tempered Namielle will join their ranks as a limited time Event Quest after the release of Title Update version 13.5!

And here is an overview of the update, via its Steam news post:

Major Features

  • Master rank Kulve Taroth quest added.
    • New master rank Kulve Taroth hunter and Palico equipment have also been added! (You can also obtain materials to upgrade Kulve Taroth weapons.)
  • Arch-tempered Namielle added to the game.
    • New hunter equipment is also available to craft using Arch-tempered Namielle materials.

Note: Both quests are available for limited periods of time only! For more details on when they’re available, check the event quest website.

Major Additions

  • Numerous changes have been applied from up to console Ver. 13.50 / 13.5.0.0.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixes from up to console Ver. 13.50 / 13.5.0.0 have been applied.

Monster Hunter: World and the Monster Hunter World: Iceborne expansion are available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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