Monster Hunter World's Summer Twilight Festival is Live

Monster Hunter World's Summer Twilight Festival is Live

The latest Monster Hunter World festival will be around until July 26.

The brand new Summer Twilight Festival is running right now for Monster Hunter World. There's brand new armor items, a redressed Gathering Hub area, and more, sticking around until July 26.

Players who load up Monster Hunter World before July 26 will receive a brand new Summer Festival ticket as soon as they log in to the game. You'll then be able check out the entirely redecorated Gathering Hub area, which veteran Monster Hunter World players will know usually gets redesigned for each event.

There doesn't appear to be any new monsters in the game as part of the Summer Twilight Festival (but there is Final Fantasy 14's Behemoth on the horizon). There are, however, two brand new armor sets for your character as part of the event: one for the low rank Hunters, and one for the high rank Hunters.

If you want a list of all the upcoming events for Monster Hunter World, including the forthcoming Behemoth monster near the beginning of August, head over to our Monster Hunter World events guide.

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