Monster Hunter World March Event Schedule Revealed
Capcom has quite the hit on its hands with Monster Hunter World, and its scheduled updates promise loads of new, fun content for its growing player base. With the Monster Hunter World March event schedule having been just released, fans have been given an in-depth look at the range of quests to come. Check out the full Monster Hunter World March event schedule below:
Admittedly the image is difficult to read, so here are the more interesting things going on during the month of March and the days leading up to it. For starters, there will be no upcoming patch in conjunction with the new quests. For those that have been looking forward to professing their undying love for Aloy from Horizon Zero Dawn – that’s all of us – a new quest titled ‘The Proving’ will be available on February 28th, and will run through March 15th. The quest is for PS4 players only, and requires a minimum Hunter Rank (HR) of 11 to accept it. Completing the quest will reward players with Aloy’s armor and bow.
Several quests such as ‘Wiggle Me This’ and ‘Wildspire Bolero’ have Hunter Rank requirements, while the ‘Chew the Fat’ quest can be done by players of any Hunter Rank. ‘Snow & Cherry Blossoms’ and ‘A Simple Task’ require a minimum Hunter Rank of 30, though it is recommended that players are a higher level before attempting these challenges.
Those that have Street Fighter V or Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition PS4 saved data on the PlayStation 4 can access ‘Down the Dark, Muddy Path’ earlier than other hunters, will the quest being made available to everyone on March 2nd. This quest is a bit less intense than Aloy’s, with the minimum required Hunter Rank set at 3. The Street Fighter V quest will be available between March 2nd and March 8th.
Monster Hunter World is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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