Monster Hunter World's Halloween Event Now Live On PS4 And Xbox One

Donna Miller
September 24, 2018

The Monster Hunter World Autumn Harvest Fest has now officially gone live for all PS4 and Xbox One players. Players can earn these festival tickets by redeeming their Daily Bonus log-ins and completing Daily Limited Bounties.

New gear, food, and quests (including some older ones being brought back) will be available thanks to this event which runs from September 21-October 4, 2018 and was announced at the beginning of this month.

Monster Hunter World's ghoulish festivities are billed as the Autumn Harvest Fest and are immediately visible in the Gathering Hub, which has received an appropriately spooky makeover, with giant Palico pumpkins, seasonal bunting, fireworks and more. In order to acquire these, players must fight a Rathian and a Pink Rathian at the same time.

USJ: Gold Star Treatment and USJ Blazing Azure Stars!These two quests will get you fancy gear created in collaboration with Universal Studios Japan!

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Will you be diving into Monster Hunter: World for this event? You can check out the new gear through here.

Where Sun Meets Moon, meanwhile, grants access to a set of fluffy Dual Blades, inspired by Monster Hunter's chick-like Downy Crakes. Additionally, all previously-released event quests have been made available again, including all previous special collaboration quests with other games like Devil May Cry and Mega Man.

For the duration of the event, nearly all previously released event quests, including exclusive Autumn Harvest Fest quests, will be made available.

There are also two, new event quests available. This'll help you get your hands on the wonderfully daft Mosswine Mask and Faux Felyne layered armour pieces.

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