Last month, the first major title update for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne introduced the terrifying Rajang. Later this week, Capcom is set to reveal new information about the second title update for the huge expansion.
The Tokyo Monster Hunter festival is running right now. While there's a Tokyo MH Festival pack you can claim right now in-game, the announcement below from Capcom revealed they'll be detailing the second title update for Iceborne on Sunday, November 24, at the conclusion of their onstage presentation during the festival.
Back in October, the Rajang was the big new addition in the first free title update for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne. It's a brutal addition to the game that challenges even the most experienced hunters. Here's hoping the second title update for Iceborne adds something in a similar vein, hopefully a new monster.
In other Iceborne-related news, the PC version of the expansion is set to launch in January 2020. Although the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Iceborne launched back in September, PC players have always had to wait a while before Capcom brings the latest content to their platform.
If you haven't yet faced off against the Rajang in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, you're in for a real treat. For all the information you need to know about taking on the great ape itself, head over to our Monster Hunter World Rajang guide for more.