Monster Hunter Rise Switch bundle and Pro Controller confirmed for Europe and Australia
Last night, Nintendo and Capcom revealed a new Switch bundle and Pro Controller featuring Monster Hunter Rise. It’s now been confirmed that Europe and Australia are getting both products as well.
Here’s the announcement in full:
Players across Europe will be able to join the hunt in style on 26th March, when the Nintendo Switch Monster Hunter Rise Edition and Nintendo Switch Pro Controller Monster Hunter Rise Edition launch alongside Monster Hunter Rise for Nintendo Switch, the latest instalment in Capcom’s acclaimed action RPG series.
The Nintendo Switch Monster Hunter Rise Edition features an image of Magnamalo, the game’s flagship monster, on the dock, along with other evocative Monster Hunter Rise-themed designs that adorn the console and both Joy-Con controllers. It also comes bundled with a download code for Monster Hunter Rise plus the Deluxe Kit DLC* and bonus content. The Nintendo Switch Pro Controller Monster Hunter Rise Edition is sold separately, and also features a striking Magnamalo design.
A free demo of Monster Hunter Rise is available until 31st January. Players can take on four different quests, learn how to use the new Wirebug and Wyvern Riding features and get to grips with Monster Hunter Rise’s 14 different weapon types. Two of the quests can be tackled with other players in local or online co-op multiplayer.
Monster Hunter Rise is the latest entry in Capcom’s acclaimed Monster Hunter series, launching for Nintendo Switch on 26th March 2021. Players in Europe will be able to join the hunt in style with the Nintendo Switch Monster Hunter Rise Edition, which comes bundled with a download code for the game plus the Deluxe Kit DLC and bonus content, and the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller Monster Hunter Rise Edition, sold separately. Both launch alongside the game on 26th March.
North America is currently the only region where the Monster Hunter Rise Switch bundle and Pro Controller haven’t been announced. We’ll let you know if any news is shared pertaining to that region.
Source: Nintendo PR