Regardless of the bad weather that has been hitting in some states, Spring is finally coming to all of us. To celebrate the coming of this season, Capcom and Monster Hunter World has announced that there will be a new event coming to Monster Hunter World called Spring Blossom Festival.
Spring Blossom Festival will be available starting on April 6 to 19, that will bring a new in-game Celestial Pursuit, new daily activities for hunters, and a Spring-themed food and environment effects in the game. Below is the start time for each region:
- Pacific Standard Time (PST): -8 hours (Las Vegas, San Francisco, Seattle, etc.)
- Eastern Standard Time (EST): -5 hours (New York, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, etc.)
- Central European Time (CET): +1 hour (France, Italy, Germany, Spain, etc.)
- China Standard Time (CST): +8 hours (Beijing, Hong Kong, Taiwan, etc.)
- Displayed times do not factor in Daylight Saving Time.
In addition, Capcom has also confirmed that the previously released event quest including the Street Fighter and Horizon Zero Dawn quests will be coming once again during the Spring Festival. Capcom has released the exact timeline of the Monster Hunter World Spring Blossom Festival, so if you want to see the schedule, make sure to visit the Monster Hunter site.
For more info about the upcoming event, you can read this message from Capcom:
Spring is in the air, and that means the chance for special sales at the facilities around Astera! While the sales last, you’ll be able to purchase items or pay for other facility services at reduced costs. A sale period is indicated by a special ship docked in Astera’s harbor, along with a unique musical track playing in the background. Sales trigger for all online players at the same time, so if you notice a sale going on, be sure to let your hunting buddies know!
For the duration, your daily login bonus of one Lucky Voucher will be increased to two! You might also notice a little bonus surprise thrown in! In addition, limited bounties are dropping from a weekly rotation to a DAILY rotation, and will even include limited Spring Blossom Fest items as rewards.
Monster Hunter World is now available on PS4 and Xbox One. Capcom has yet to announce the release date for PC.