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Monster Hunter World: Iceborne PC unleashes the Stygian Zinogre and Safi’jiiva

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If you are a PC-playing Monster Hunter fan, maybe feeling just a little unnoticed of a few of the most up-to-date content material, then be glum no extra. The new monsters, missions, rewards and areas that landed on PS4 and Xbox One in late 2019 are lastly able to rock on the PC platform.

The first creature that is going to kill you this month is the ferocious Stygian Zinogre. This large – which made its debut again in 2011’s Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate – is a Dragon ingredient (I’m not making that mistake once more, boy howdy) beast, recognised by its spiny exterior and black-and-red palette. Drawing energy from the mysterious bugs that swarm round it, the Stygian Zinogre is able to highly effective lightning-style assaults.

The Stygian Zinogre and its dwelling territory, The Guiding Lands, will arrive on PC at this time.


If one beating is not sufficient for you, then you definitely’ll additionally have the ability to check your small pointed stick’s talents towards the winged nightmare generally known as the Safi’jiiva. This large is a (in some way) much more harmful, fully-grown variant of MH:W‘s Xeno’jiiva. Both gargantuan in measurement and able to mid-battle flight, the Safi’jiiva’s breath assaults are totally devastating, tearing up each the surroundings and your inner organs. Party up for this actually epic encounter.

The Safi’jiiva arrives in-game at this time, whereas its Siege Quest will go dwell March 20.


Thankfully, PC-based monster hunters is not going to be taking part in catch-up for for much longer. After April, Capcom might be releasing all future patches and content material drops throughout all platforms concurrently, starting with May’s mysterious “fan-favourite” beastie. You can take a look at the Monster Hunter World: Iceborne roadmap right here.

Monster Hunter: World is accessible now on PS4, PC, and Xbox One.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne PC unleashes the Stygian Zinogre and Safi'jiiva

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