At today’s Monster Hunter event, Capcom not only revealed the release date and more details about Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin but also shared information about Monster Hunter Rise.
Players were already able to take a look at the new installment thanks to a first demo that arrived on the Nintendo Switch eShop. If you’ve been wanting more, you’ll be happy to hear that Capcom is already preparing another trial version of the game.
The studio announced a new demo for Switch and confirmed that Monster Hunter Rise will feature free updates that will add new creatures and other extra content in the future.
THE NEW DEMO OF MONSTER HUNTER RISE IS ALREADY DATED
Switch users will be able to enjoy one more demo of Monster Hunter Rise very soon. The trial version can be downloaded from the eShop starting Thursday, March 11. This is a demo that will be available for a limited time, so we recommend that you try it as soon as possible.
The demo is aimed primarily at more experienced hunters, as it will add an advanced difficulty mission. Players will have the opportunity to face nothing more and nothing less than Magnamalo, the main creature of the title.
As with the last demo, it will be necessary to have an active subscription to Nintendo Switch Online in order to participate in online multiplayer games.
MONSTER HUNTER RISE WILL HAVE FREE UPDATES
Capcom surprised players with the reveal of a new monster coming to Monster Hunter Rise with the first update. The studio confirmed that there will be several free updates with bonus content and additional creatures.
The first of them will be Chameleos, which will be available at the end of April. The same month, more monsters will be announced that are on their way to the title world. Also, other updates that will arrive later are already in development.
Players will need to download the updates to their console, so Capcom recommended having free space or a memory card. Below is the trailer that reveals the dangerous Chameleos.
Monster Hunter Rise is coming to Nintendo Switch on March 26.