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Monster Hunter Rise

After announcing a demo for Monster Hunter Rise at The Game Awards last month, Capcom shared more news during a digital event that is currently on-going.

Let’s get the big news out of the way. Switch owners can see what Monster Hunter Rise has to offer when the demo launches today. It will be distributed via the eShop until February 1.

Players will be able to take on a Beginner Quest, Intermediate Quest, Basic Training Quest, and Wyvern Riding Training Quest. The Beginner Quest and Intermediate Quest can be played solo, but they also support local and online play.

It’s not quite a Nintendo Direct, but Capcom will be hosting a Monster Hunter Rise Digital Event not too long from now. Fans can look forward to “big news” and reveals starting at 6 AM PT / 9 AM ET / 2 PM in the UK / 3 PM in the UK. A demo was previously announced for this month, so it’s possible we’ll be hearing more about that today.

You can watch the Monster Hunter Rise Digital Event as it happens below. Our coverage will continue during and after the broadcast.

Capcom has announced on its official Twitter that new information regarding Monster Hunter Rise will be shared via livestream on January 7. This follows a video announcement last week regarding new information on the title being released this month.

The livestream will be available on the official Monster Hunter Twitch channel, which can be accessed here.

Additionally, a demo for the game is planned to release sometime this month.

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2021 is looking like a big year for Monster Hunter. Along with Monster Hunter Rise, Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin are heading to Switch.

Monster Hunter developers Ryozo Tsujimoto and Yasunori Ichinose recently shared a brief video message on social media. It’s now confirmed that more information about Monster Hunter Rise will be shared in January, which makes sense given that a demo will be released during the month and the game isn’t terribly far away.

Here’s the full message:

Monster Hunter Rise is three months away until release, and Capcom is now prepping for the launch with a couple of Japanese commercials. We have both below.

Monster Hunter Rise is due out for Switch on March 26, 2021 worldwide.

Since Monster Hunter Rise was announced, many fans have been wondering about the game’s music. Capcom has now revealed that Satoshi Hori is the main composer.

Hori has been with Capcom for a few years, but his most recent and notable project was Resident Evil 7.

As one interesting note, we’ve also learned today that Capcom will be adding chorus to all songs even existing monster songs.

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

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Capcom is back with the latest trailers for Monster Hunter Rise focusing on the game’s weapons. For today’s update, we’re introduced to the Charge Blade and Hunting Horn.

Here’s information about both:

 

Capcom is back with the latest trailers for Monster Hunter Rise focusing on the game’s weapons. For today’s update, we’re introduced to the Great Sword and Switch Axe.

Here’s information about both:

Capcom is back with the latest trailers for Monster Hunter Rise focusing on the game’s weapons. For today’s update, we’re introduced to the Gunlance and Insect Glaive.

Here’s information about both:

More of the weapon-focused videos for Monster Hunter Rise have dropped. Today, Capcom has added segments showing off the move set of the hammer and sword & shield sets. These videos, like their predecessors, are around a minute long and showcase the weapons with new gameplay footage.

Check out the full videos below:

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