Press Hunters, the third update for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne will arrive on March 23 for PS4 and Xbox One. As previously announced, two new monsters, Raging Brachydios and Furious Rajang, will be part of the update. In the Developer Diary 5 aired on March 21, the development team shared many more details about what it would take to fight those two monsters, but it also revealed that layered weapons will be a new feature. Layered weapons have been a complement to that Monster Hunter the Fans have clamored for before (many "Finally!" Comments appeared during the broadcast), and it basically means that players can alter the look of their weapon without changing their stats. The March 23 update will roll out phase one of the layered weapons feature, and the second wave will arrive in April. The first wave will allow you to customize certain weapons, specifically those that have a clear basis and attachment to them. Players can exchange them however they want. In the second wave of April, players will be able to change the look of unique weapon designs, but only on weapons that can be augmented. But back to the two new monsters, Raging Brachydios and Furious Rajang: Both are variations of the existing Brachydios and Rajang monsters. The normal Rajang only gets golden fur when enraged, but the raging Rajang will always have golden fur. When the variation is enraged, its golden fur will shine and become even more cruel than its normal counterpart. The furious Rajang also has no tail, which is different from the normal version. That means that when all four legs become rock hard and impossible to damage during rage, players will have to attack their head instead of the tail in the normal version. The furious Rajang will also have a strong restraining attack, and the teammates will have to help each other out of range. The Furious Brachydios is much larger than the normal version and moves at a slower rate. However, the slime on the monster's body can now trigger explosions over a wide area. When you attacked the normal Brachydios, the drool on the monster deton's body. But in this variation, when you attack the slime-covered part of the monster, the slime falls to the ground and then explodes. A particularly twisted new feature is also this monster's special ability to reach a certain place when the requirements are met and set fire to the entire place. While in this phase of the battle, players cannot use predictors, they cannot use traps, and they cannot escape from the area. The March 23 update part includes a powerful Banishing Ball for use exclusively in the Guild Lands. Only mission leaders can use it, and when they do, any monster the Ball is thrown at will disappear from the Gua Lands. There are also other updates, such as modifications to the Hunter Helper system, armor and charm levels, and a new festival in April. The seasonal event is called Full Bloom Fest and it comes with special armor with a very pink theme. Operate from April 10 to 7. You can check the full details of the third title update on the Monster Hunter website. You can also read GameSpot's review of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne if you haven't reviewed the game yet. Our reviewer, Ginny Woo, says: "Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is more of the same, glorious work for everyone who has been shot down by a Tyrannosaurus Rex fire facsimile and thought, 'I can't wait to do that 50 times. ms ".
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