Monster Hunter Rise

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Name Monster Hunter Rise
Release Date March 26th, 2021
Genre Action RPG
Platform/s Nintendo Switch
Price $59.99 (Standard Edition)
$69.99 (Deluxe Edition)
$99.99 (Collector's Edition)
Rating ESRB TEEN
Modes Single-player, Multi: 1 - 4
*Supports online and local co-op
Developer Capcom
Publisher Capcom

Monster Hunter Rise is an upcoming action RPG that is set within the Monster Hunter series. The new series is developed and produced by Capcom and it will be available for the Nintendo Switch on March 26th, 2021, the game also supports single-player and online or local co-op.

In Monster Hunter Rise, the game transports players to the colorful Kamura Village, an all-new serene mountain locale that attracts visitors with its unique culture and innovative hunting technologies. After hunters equip their armor and select from one of the various weapon types, all-new hunting grounds await, including the ancient Shrine Ruins and more.

The debut of the new “Wirebug” mechanic allows for wire-based grappling actions that can be used to scale cliffs and other hard-to-reach areas, providing new traversal and aerial attack options. As players defeat monsters and progress through the game, items from fallen foes can be used to craft unique weapons and armor that will increase their chances of future success and survival.

Hunters can tackle these challenges solo, or with up to three other players in local or cooperative online play, while also taking advantage of the versatility of the Nintendo Switch system, which allows for hunting anywhere, anytime, and with anyone. Players can pre-order the game to acquire special bonuses and it can be purchased for $59.99 for the Standard Edition, $69.99 for the Deluxe Edition, and $99.99 for the Collector's Edition - the beta of the game releases in January 2021!

 

 

Monster Hunter Rise Game Overview

Monster Hunter Rise is an action RPG that will transport players to the colorful Kamura Village, an all-new serene mountain locale that attracts visitors with its unique culture and innovative hunting technologies. After hunters equip their armor and select from one of the various weapon types, all-new hunting grounds await, including the ancient Shrine Ruins and more.

As players defeat monsters and progress through the game, items from fallen foes can be used to craft unique weapons and armor that will increase their chances of future success and survival. Hunters can tackle these challenges solo, or with up to three other players in local or cooperative online play.

Evolving the Monster Hunter series, Monster Hunter Rise will provide players with an inventive set of new tools to track down and defeat threatening monsters. For the first time ever in a Monster Hunter game, wire-based grappling actions can be performed by using a “Wirebug” while standing or in mid-air, adding an all-new level of aerial maneuverability to hunting strategies and attacks.

The game will also debut new hunting partners called Palamutes, personalized and rideable “Canyne” companions that will provide players with a new set of attack options, while “Felyne” Palicoes will return as support characters for actions like healing.

 

Monster Hunter Rise Key Features

Rise to New Heights

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The debut of the new “Wirebug” mechanic allows for wire-based grappling actions that can be used to scale cliffs and other hard-to-reach areas, providing new traversal and aerial attack options.

New & Returning Monsters

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The game will introduce Magnamalo, a menacing new flagship monster, as well as other new monsters like the shape-shifting Aknosom, the amphibious Tetranadon, and more. Hunters can also expect to encounter numerous fan-favorite and returning species from previous Monster Hunter games.

Canyne Companions

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New hunting partners called Palamutes can be personalized and used to ride across the terrain, providing players with all-new traveling and attack options. On solo hunts, players can select both a Palamute and Palico to assist them, while multiplayer hunters can bring one or the other into the field.

 

The Rampage

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In addition to the plethora of solo and multiplayer quests, the immersive story mode will task aspiring hunters with discovering the secrets behind the puzzling “Rampage” events that threaten Kamura Village.

Hunting Options

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Play solo, or join up to three other hunters in local or online co-op play. The Nintendo Switch system also allows for hunting anywhere, anytime, and with anyone!

Seamless Gameplay

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Featuring maps with no loading times, the continuous gameplay ensures that players will remain on their quests as soon as the hunt begins, without transitions between areas.




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    • Anonymous

      11 Jan 2021 06:08  

      5 REASONS YOU SHOULD PLAY GUNLANCE AKA FUNLANCE: NUMBER 1: KABOOMS. As you should already be aware attacking is OP. And the most OP of all attack are Explosion. If these 2 important self evident truths seem familiar to you because I already told you guys about this but I'm still getting easy question in my inbox about noobs asking me stuffs like "what weapon should I play?" "which one is the best?". NUMBER 2: Balls. I'm not talking about soccer ball, football, wrecking ball, blue ball, softball or god forbid deathball. I'm talking about the REAL ball out there, THE BALLS. "But anonymous guy, what about other weapon? Don't they have balls too?" Listen noob guy, the only other weapon that is long and poke into monsters is the Lance and it doesn't even inject them with pure hot shell like the Gunlance. It's like saying all balls are like meat balls or all Lance are Gunlance or other equally dumb declarations. Just make sure to your A are pressed and ZR are hold and victory is assured. NUMBER 3: Hitzone. Listen, hitzone is the worst thing about this series. They barely do anything except encouraging positioning and making every monsters different from each other. Since you are only as strong as where you hit it. But thanks to Funlance all we need to do is shelling. True Damage, no aiming. Also they should fix the lock on. NUMBER 4: ME. I play Gunlance so you should play Gunlance. This is obviously the best and the most obvious reason to play Gunlance. Ladies and gentlemen, if this mountain of overwhelming and scientific evidence is not enough to convince you to choose the best weapon of the best game of the best handheld system, don't worry, I save the best for last. NUMBER 5: MEMES. Over the course of history of meme there have been those go above and beyond even the epic significance that is our Monster Hunter and amongst the dankest of those memes are the... Actually Gunlance meme are very boring. You got your Je suis monte for IG or The Goddamn Grongigas for Hammer. Gunlance only got the staled Michael Bay meme. CONCLUSION: So remember when some young noobs come up to you and ask you which weapon to play, don't explore the complexity of different skill based of the most cataclysmic deep competitive turn based action game in the history of the Earth. Also don't consider the noob you are talking to just may enjoy playing other weapon despite their obvious underpowered-ness.

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