This announcement comes from the official Monster Hunter World Twitter account, confirming that your cute and fluffy friends will be able to dress up in the most awesome, blue pixel suit around to suit to satisfy your Mega Man needs. Starting March 22 players will begin to find themselves face to face with Deviljho, a fierce beast whose endless stomach has him in search of any monsters or hunters that lie in his path.
Announced in a Capcom livestream, Deviljho itself, Deviljho quests, and all its associated rewards will be dropped into the game with the update.
The first major Monster Hunter World update is coming out on March 22, bringing with it a variety of new changes to the way that you play the game. Capcom will share more details closer to the event, but in the meantime, you can take a look at some screenshots of the made over Gathering Hub below.
In addition to Deviljho the March 22 update will also be balancing every weapon type, aside from both light and heavy bowguns, in various ways to accommodate players.
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Dual Blades: adjustments to help maintain Demon Gauge active. Those who want the opportunity to change their character at another time will be able to with the Character Edit vouchers being made a purchasable item at a later date. This voucher will be available for free in the PlayStation Store and Xbox Game Store, but it is a one-time use token, so please use it wisely. Additionally, players are now immune to all hit reactions, including bombs, during carving animations after quest completion.
Attacks from allies no longer interrupt you during the carving animation.
Added "Return to Gathering Hub" (single player) and "Disband & Return to Gathering Hub" (multiplayer) to the options for "Select Return Destination" after a quest has been completed.
The main objective in Monster Hunter: World is to simply battle very big monsters in epic locales.