Extensions such as Iceborne are rare. The upcoming DLC on Capcom's Monster Hunter World will not only contain a lot of new content, but also some of the toughest monster encounters in the game. It consists of Master Rank quests, which are extremely challenging endgame quests, usually found in the Ultimate versions of Monster Hunter games. As such, you must be ready for the new adventure in Hoarfrost Reach, the cool new locale where Iceborne focuses on its storyline. For those who want to immerse themselves before the start, we have put together a list so that you are as well prepared for the championship as possible.
Read our starter guide to Monster Hunter World: Iceborne.
How to Prepare for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
Reach Hunter Rank 1
This is a mandatory requirement. To play Iceborne you need to reach Hunter's rank 16 in Monster Hunter World . When you have reached the credits, you are already there. This means killing Zorah Magdaros, completing high-level quests and overthrowing the older dragons. If you are not at the start of Hunter Rank 16, you can use the new Hunter moves like Clutch Claw in Worlds Story, but you can not go to Hoarfrost Reach to start the . Iceborn story.
Complete optional quests and high-ranking investigations.