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Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak Expansion Will Include a New Hub, Monsters, and Locations – Tokyo Game Show 2021

Capcom has revealed a variety of new particulars about its “large growth” to Monster Hunter Rise, Sunbreak.

Announced throughout a Capcom showcase at Tokyo Game Show 2021, we noticed a little extra from the sport’s cutscenes and discovered new particulars concerning the monsters and places we’ll be visiting. It’s very a lot an growth for seasoned Rise gamers, solely permitting entry after ending the 7-star quest Serpent Goddess of Thunder. The growth may even introduce a new Master Rank degree for quests.

After ending that quest, you’ll take your hunter on a journey, abandoning the core recreation’s hub, Kamura Village, and taking you to a model new base of operations (which hasn’t but been revealed). The eerie location we noticed within the game’s introductory trailer was confirmed to be a new looking locale, full with fort ruins to scale utilizing your wirebugs.

We additionally discovered extra about among the monsters concerned. The Elder Dragon seen within the first trailer known as Malzeno, however different particulars stays scarce. We’ll additionally see a variety of returning monsters from older video games, together with Shogun Ceanataur, which obtained a trailer introduction of its personal.

Capcom additionally introduced that the PC model of Monster Hunter Rise will be released in January 2022. Given that Sunbreak doesn’t arrive until summer 2022, will probably be launched for PC on the similar time.

It’s sounding like a very comparable strategy to growth as Monster Hunter World’s Iceborne DLC. In our 9/10 review, we referred to as it “a true beast of an growth”, and that it was virtually massive enoughn to be a sequel by itself, including many new monsters and places, in addition to high quality of life enhancements. Here’s hoping Sunbreak follows go well with.

Joe Skrebels is IGN’s Executive Editor of News. Follow him on Twitter. Have a tip for us? Want to debate a attainable story? Please ship an e-mail to newstips@ign.com.

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