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Monster Hunter Rise

Capcom has published a couple of videos showcasing the move set of the bow and dual blades in Monster Hunter Rise. These around 1 minute videos show off new gameplay footage.

Check out the full videos below.

Monster Hunter Rise launches for the Switch on March 26, 2021.

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Capcom has shared a new batch of details and screenshots for Monster Hunter Rise. The update covers monsters Bishaten and Somnacanth, Royal Ludroth area, and “Rampage” events.

Here’s the full rundown:

Capcom provided an update on Monster Hunter Rise at The Game Awards 2020 today. The game will be getting a limited-time demo in January 2020, the company revealed.

Here’s a new trailer for the game:

A network data breach has revealed quite a bit of Capcom’s plans for the near-term and long-term. Much of the discussion has surrounded unannounced projects and future plans for the Ace Attorney series, but a new rumor has sprung up regarding a game due out in just a few months.

Capcom has yet to confirm which monsters will be in Monster Hunter Rise, but we may now have more of a better idea on that front. AsteriskAmpers1 has taken a closer look at some of the recent files stemming from the leak and claims to have uncovered a bunch of returning creatures as well as a few new ones.

Here’s the full list:

In a recent interview with Nikkei, Capcom president Haruhiro Tsujimoto shared some tidbits about the upcoming Switch title Monster Hunter Rise. He spoke about how the coronavirus pandemic set development of the game back almost a month, discussed some of the game’s new elements, and how the company expects the title to sell.

Nintendo Everything’s translation of his full statement can be found below.

Monster Hunter Rise will have its fairy share of customization. In a video posted on the series’ official Twitter account today, we’re able to see the character creatures for the Palamute, Palico, and hunter.

Here’s the full video:

Capcom has prepared a new gameplay video for Monster Hunter Rise that showcases the Great Sword with two Palamutes. The bird wyvern Aknosom, which is located in the Shrine Ruins, is also featured.

Here’s the video:

Update (10/17): Amazon UK has opened pre-orders for the Monster Hunter Rise and its collector’s edition here.


Original (10/13): The Nintendo UK store has now opened up pre-orders for Monster Hunter Rise. As part of that, you can reserve the collector’s edition.

The Monster Hunter Rise Collector’s Edition includes a physical copy of the game, Deluxe Kit DLC Pack download code, a Magnamalo amiibo, a “Kamura Mark” pin badge and a sticker pack.

You can pre-order Monster Hunter Rise on the Nintendo UK store here.

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