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Monster Hunter Rise (Switch) Latest News
Showcase On TGS 2020
Capcom unveiled more about Monster Hunter Rise during their CAPCOM SPECIAL PROGRAM broadcast during TGS2020. They revealed several details about the upcoming game, including new monsters, new mechanics, locations, and never-before-seen footages.
New MH Rise Info
- New moves with the Wirebug
- New Shrine Ruins location
- Bring 2 allies when playing solo
- Cover Monster: Magnamalo
- Newly revealed monsters
- Kamura Village
- "The Rampage"
- New attacks & movement
- Release Date
- Pre-orders are open
- New Amiibos
- Crossover content with MH Stories 2
Monster Hunter Rise Trailer
On September 17th, 2020, the official trailer for Monster Hunter Rise was finally revealed! Two and a half minutes of footage was shown, featuring gameplay, characters, and of course plenty of monsters! Check it out for yourself in the video above. Monster Hunter Rise will be coming to Switch on March 26th, 2021!
Monster Hunter Rise (Switch) New Monsters
New Monster Related Articles
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Other Confirmed Monsters
※ Some of the images below are from previous Monster Hunter games
The Aknosom is a powerful Bird Wyvern that uses the crest on its head to intimidate foes and take them out!
The Tetranodon is a hulking amphibian who swallows up anything in its path, changing its abilities as it grows!
The Great Izuchi attack in packs of 3, with two smaller fledglings alongside a cunning leader.
Touted to be the "main" monster of MHR, the Magnamalo is a menacing Fanged Wyvern that is said to have caused a great calamity.
Monster Hunter Rise - New Gameplay Features
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Changes From Previous Games
Monster Hunter Rise (Switch) Release Date & Price
Monster Hunter Rise Switch Release Date
|Release Date||March 26th, 2021|
|Price||$59.99 (Standard Edition)|
$69.99 (Deluxe Edition)
$99.99 (Collector's Edition)
|Official Store||Monster Hunter Rise|
The stand version of the game will give you the game itself with no other additional bonuses.
The Deluxe Edition will give you a lot more customization options in the form of layered armor, gestures, poses, and face paint!
Content In The Deluxe Edition
- Hunter layered armor "Kamurai" set
- Palamute layered armor piece "Shuriken Collar"
- Palico layered armor piece "Fish Collar"
- Gestures (4 Jumps)
- Samurai pose set
- Kabuki face paint
- "Izuchi Tail" hairstyle
The Collector's Edition will provide you with the above mentioned in-game content, but will also get you some real-life goodies as well, including stickers, a pin, and even an amiibo!
- Monster Hunter Rise
- Deluxe Kit extra contents
- Magnamalo amiibo
- Monster icon sticker pack
- Kamura Mark - Enamel Pin
Pre Order Bonus
Pre-ordering Monster Hunter Rise now will net you special cosmetic layered armor for your Palamute and Palico! Turn them into an incredibly cute Retriever and Forest Cat! You'll also get a Novice Talisman that will help you out in the early game.
Monster Hunter Rise (Switch) Gameplay
Classic Monster Hunter Combat
The type of fast paced action combat that pits you against massive, monstrous foes will of course be making a comeback in this upcoming Monster Hunter game. Battles with monsters look to be smoother and more exciting than ever.
Ride Your Palamute
Players seem to be able to ride their own pet dog, or Palamute, using it to traverse the land! You can even climb up vertically using it, which will no doubt make it extremely useful!
Several monsters were featured in the first trailer so far, including the menacing Magnamalo, who seems to be responsible for some sort of a calamity that occurred 50 years ago.