Free Attack Jewel with the Monster Hunter: World 13 Million Celebration Item Pack

Free Attack Jewel with the Monster Hunter: World 13 Million Celebration Item Pack

Log into Monster Hunter: World between July 25 and August 27 to get the 13 Million Celebration Item Pack with a free Attack Jewel.

If you’re looking for a game that has done post-launch support right, look no further than Monster Hunter: World. In addition to a non-stop rotation of quests and events, Capcom has done a great job of thanking its players for their continued support. That trend will continue with the Monster Hunter: World 13 Million Celebration Item Pack, a reward for anyone who logs into the game between July 25 and August 29. Among the notable items is an Attack Jewel, one of the most highly sought items in the game.

13 Million Celebration Item Pack

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The best part about the 13 Million Celebration Item Pack is that you don’t have to complete any quests to get it. Players need only to log in between 12:00 p.m PDT on Thursday, July 25, 2019, until 4:59 p.m. PDT on Thursday, August 29, 2019. That reward will pop up once you load into Astera.

The 13 Million Celebration Item Pack contains the following according to the Monster Hunter: World website:

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  • Attack Jewel x 1
  • Silver Egg x 13
  • Appreciation Ticket x 13
  • Gold Wyverian Print x 3
  • Heavy Armor Sphere x 3

That is a massive haul for simply logging in, and especially since Attack Jewels are so valuable and rare. To be handed one just for logging in is like being given $1,000 just for waking up in the morning. You didn’t earn it and it probably won’t ever happen again, but it’s awesome.

Any players thinking about jumping back into Monster Hunter: World for the Iceborne console release on September 6 should snatch up the 13 Million Celebration Item Pack. PC players should, too, but they must wait until the winter to get their hands on Iceborne. Still, this collection of resources is too good to pass up if you plan to visit Monster Hunter: World any time in the future.