During Thursday’s Nintendo Direct live stream, Capcom declared that the first expansion for Monster Hunter Rise, titled Sunbreak, is coming out the next summer. Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak will launch for Switch and PC through Steam in summer 2022.
Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak will incorporate an all-new storyline with all the more new monsters, notwithstanding new locales, gameplay elements, quest rank, and more.
The declaration was clearly for the Nintendo Switch version, yet a follow-up blog post affirms the expansion “will launch simultaneously on Nintendo Switch and PC in summer 2022.”
Capcom’s Monster Hunter Rise will get a “massive expansion” called Sunbreak in the summer of 2022, as per a declaration at Thursday’s Nintendo Direct. A new trailer for the expansion, which will be a paid DLC, included a monstrous dragon flying through the sky as a purple and red sunset unfolded.
Yoshiaki Koizumi, serving as the host of the Nintendo Direct, was the person who described Capcom’s upcoming expansion as “massive.” He said, it will incorporate “new stories, locales, monsters, and — although not touched on in the trailer — new hunting actions and quest rank.”
That is interesting news since we haven’t heard much with regards to the PC version of Rise since Capcom recognized its existence earlier this year. We actually don’t have a clue when it’s coming out, yet Sunbreak hitting PC and Switch simultaneously is a big change from how things worked with Monster Hunter World. World’s expansion Iceborne hit PC four months after consoles, however, PC players obviously will not need to experience that sort of stand by once more.
Monster Hunter Rise launched to extraordinary praise last March, even though its story wasn’t completed; its cliffhanger finishing was revised in an update that turned out in May. That update added new monsters and story content, including — obviously — a real ending of the game. This upcoming expansion will probably expand upon that groundwork.
Monster Hunter Rise is the latest, mainline Monster Hunter game and presented a few new gameplay mechanics and monsters. Even though it was a more traditional Monster Hunter experience, gameplay advances and quality-of-life improvements made it truly outstanding in the series for rookies and veterans the same.
The “Rise” in the title refers to hunters using the verticality of the game’s current environment, as well as the developers’ wish to construct energy with numerous players throughout the world. The new Wirebug permits players to finish new activities and climb an assortment of vertical areas. New locations in the game incorporate Magnamalo, Aknosom, Great Izuchi, and Tetranodon. New locations incorporate the Shrine Ruins. The game’s base is the town of Kamura, and the story includes a rampage.
Capcom featured the “eerie new setting” in the trailer however says more details on the upcoming expansion in addition to new monsters and gameplay will be uncovered soon.
The expansion will have an all-new story, with new locations to visit, as well as new gameplay mechanics.
Monster Hunter Rise launched on the Switch on March 26. The game will launch for PC in early 2022.