Monster Hunter World has always been heavily delayed on PC compared to the console version, and Capcom is working on bridging that divide. Now that Iceborne is out, the gap between updates is going to shrink.
By April this year, the updates of PC and console versions will be in sync, so you can get hunting and enjoy the latest additions, regardless of what platform you pick to play on.
This means the PC version has a lot of catching up to do. In February the roadmap is rather busy, with Rajang entering the hunting grounds, a new Volcanic Region, a Raccoon City Collaboration and new Palico weapon and armour.
Then on 12 March PC players will have to face Stygian Zinogre and the Safi’jiiva Siege, as long as a new Tundra Region, home to Barioth and Viper Tobi-Kadachi.
Then in April, both PC and console will get Arch-tempered and Master Rank versions of existing monsters.
So if you have been waiting patiently on PC, watching everyone carve up big nasty critters for raw materials, there is a lot to do in the next while as everything catches up.