Monster Hunter Rise’s Sunbreak Enlargement Reveals Extra Monsters, Seething Bazelgeuse in August Replace
The Nintendo Direct Mini: Accomplice Showcase revealed on Tuesday a brand new trailer for CAPCOM‘s Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak enlargement for the Monster Hunter Rise recreation. The video previews the monsters Shagaru Magala, Livid Rajang, Scorned Magnamalo, in addition to Seething Bazelgeuse from the replace coming in August:
CAPCOM unveiled a second trailer that previews the brand new Black Belt S Armor and Excessive Rank Defender Weapon Tree:
The enlargement will debut for Swap and PC by way of Steam on June 30.
Gamers who already personal the bottom Monster Hunter Rise recreation should purchase the enlargement as DLC. There may be additionally a set together with each the bottom recreation and Sunbreak enlargement. The sport can also be getting three new amiibo that can unlock costume units within the recreation.
The bottom recreation is getting a title replace on June 30 in preparation for the brand new enlargement. The sport may have a post-launch replace in August that can add the monster Lucent Nargacuga, different species monsters, and a brand new locale. One other replace coming this fall and winter will add extra monsters. There will likely be extra title updates in 2023.
Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak may have an all-new story, with new areas to go to, in addition to new gameplay mechanics. It’s going to characteristic the brand new Elder Dragon Malzeno and the brand new Grasp Rank. The enlargement will even deliver again the Shogun Ceanataur from Monster Hunter 2 together with a number of different monsters from earlier video games within the collection together with Monster Hunter 4’s Seregios in addition to two new monsters, Magma Almudron and Aurora Somnacanth.
Monster Hunter Rise launched on Swap on March 2021 after which launched on PC by way of Steam on January 12. The sport has surpassed 8 million copies shipped in each bodily and digital gross sales worldwide.
The franchise‘s video games have shipped a cumulative 78 million items as of September 30.
Supply: Nintendo Direct Mini