Monster Hunter World Gets Free Bomb Pack and Gold Wyverian Print; Event Quest Schedule Updated

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Capcom just released the updated event and challenge quest schedule for its hugely popular action game Monster Hunter World.

The schedule includes quests all the way to June 28th, and you can read them all below.

There is definitely a lot to enjoy. In addition to that, another item pack is being distributed starting today, to celebrate the latest tournament in Hokkaido’s capital city Sapporo. This time around it’s the “Handle with Care! Bomb Gift Set” including 30 Barrel Bombs, 30 Mega Bounce Bombs, 15 Mega Barrel Bombs, 20 Blossom Fireworks, and one Gold Wyverian Print.

Monster Hunter World Gets Free Bomb Pack and Gold Wyverian Print; Event Quest Schedule Updated

As usual, the package will be available in your log-in bonus. You simply have to get into the game and press triangle to withdraw it.

Below you can check out a few screenshots showing all the new quests included in the schedule.

Incidentally, we recently heard that the game shipped over eight million copies worldwide, and a recent content update introduced the elder dragon Lunastra.

In other Monster Hunter news, Capcom recently announced that western Nintendo Switch users are finally going to receive a localization of Monster Hunter XX, with the title Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate.

Monster Hunter World is currently available for PS4 and Xbox One. If you have not purchased it yet, you can grab a copy on Amazon.

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