Face the Fearsome Deviljho in Monster Hunter: World’s Latest Update, Now Live

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Face the Fearsome Deviljho in Monster Hunter: World’s Latest Update, Now Live

The newest monster in the New World introduces new challenges and gear... for those brave enough to face it.

Attention all hunters! The fearsome Deviljho has been sighted in the New World, and we need you to gear up, investigate and control the inevitable damage.

With the version 2.00 update for Monster Hunter: World now available, hunters around the globe will be required to exercise extra caution while exploring the New World. The Deviljho, known for its extremely powerful jaws and relentless pursuit of prey, will start roaming all of the environments of the New World, during expedition and quests ranked 6 and 7 Stars. Make sure to pack plenty of Nulberries and Adamant Seeds.

Hunters brave enough to track down this terrifying tyrant will have a chance to take on a Special Assignment called “The Food Chain Dominator.” Those that defy the status quo and come out on top will be handsomely rewarded with materials to craft powerful weapons and armor.

The version 2.00 update also introduces the handy Dragonproof Mantle (which will be quite handy against Deviljho) as well as some game system changes and a number of weapon balance updates; you can read the full list on the Monster Hunter: World official website.

This title update is just the beginning. From April 6th until April 19th, we’ll be hosting the first of our seasonal events in Monster Hunter: World—more details coming soon here at PlayStation.Blog!—and we have more of these big updates planned for the near future alongside our schedule of weekly event quests. The New World is about to get a lot more dangerous.

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  • “you can read the full list on the Monster Hunter: World official website.”

    @playstation : The “Official Website” linked goes to a playstation Blog post on Blade Kitten, not the MHW website.

  • Damn I hope the new weapon balance helps solo players. The giant bullet sponges walking off from you like monsters got better things to do is tedious for new players. Damage meters would be a nice off / on toggle option too. Don’t get me wrong I love this game.

    • By “Damage Meters” do you mean the little floating number values that show how much damage you’re doing? If so, there is already an option to toggle them on/off. I do think it can be a little discouraging to early players to see a lot of really low numbers.

  • I can’t believe how much I love this game. I almost didn’t buy it, because I am in the middle of so many games, but some friends urged me to get it to play with them. As soon as I started it, I dropped all the other games and have been playing it almost every spare moment for the last two months. It’s amazing. I’ve officially surpassed my record in hours playing one game (210 so far), and i’m just enjoying myself more than I ever imagined I would. I’ve even made some new friends while playing. So I just wanted to say thank you to everyone involved in creating it, and express how grateful and appreciative I am that there are still more new things to enjoy in the future.

  • This game is challenging yet fun. I can’t wait to finish it. There is a huge amount of things you can do in the game and I love being able to team up to hunt.

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