Now there are a few days from the launch of Iceborne, the massive expansion of Monster Hunter World, and the players can’t wait to find out what new monsters will face.

In the course of the past few months Capcom has announced the presence of a good number of creatures, among which also the old knowledge for hunters as Glavenus, Nargacuga, Tigrex, Barioth and Yian Garuga. And apparently in the representation of the “old guard” there will be another monster beloved by fans: the Zinogre.

Two tracks of music recorded in the database of the Japanese Society for Rights of Authors, Composers, and Publishers (JASRAC), the japanese equivalent of the SIAE, would seem in fact to suggest the presence of the Wyvern zannuto in Iceborne.

The tracks recorded are “Senretsunaru Soukou Zinogre: The Chase” and “Senretsunaru Soukou Zinogre World Version”, both associated with Iceborne and whose rights belong to Capcom and Tadayoshi Makino, one of the composers of the Monster Hunter World.


As mentioned earlier, the Zinogre is one of the favorite monsters from the fan of the series since its debut in Monster Hunter Portable 3rd, and one of the most requested by the players for Iceborne. In short, its presence, if confirmed, it certainly would not be a bolt from the blue.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne will be available for PS4 and Xbox One starting from September 6, while the PC version will debut in January 2020. The launch in the stores will be available in the Master Edition, which includes both the base game that the above-mentioned expansion.

Source: Gematsu