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Monster Hunter Rise

Released March 26, 2021 · consists of 4 releases.

The sixth mainline installment of Capcom's Monster Hunter series.

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Monster Hunter Rise

First release date March 26, 2021
Platform PC , Xbox One , PlayStation 4 , Nintendo Switch , PlayStation 5 , Xbox Series X|S
Developer Capcom
Publisher Capcom , Justdan International
Genre Action , Role-Playing
Theme Fantasy
Franchises Monster Hunter
Aliases

Overview

Monster Hunter Rise is a high-fantasy action-RPG developed and published by Capcom for the Nintendo Switch on March 26, 2021, with a later digital PC release on January 12, 2022.

It is the sixth mainline installment of the Monster Hunter series (after Monster Hunter World) and builds on the gameplay of its predecessor with new gameplay mechanics (such as the "Palamute" dog-like companion, the "Wirebug" grapple system, and the "Rampage" tower defense scenarios).

The game's story is set around Kamura Village, whose inhabitants believe that a mysterious calamity known as "The Rampage" is about to bring a large horde of frenzied monsters towards the village. Players control a customizable Hunter recruit, as they attempt to stop the Rampage from happening (later revealed to be caused by the Elder Dragons Ibushi and Narwa).

The game later received an expansion DLC, known as Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, on June 30, 2022. Along with an upgraded endgame and a new gameplay system (the "Switch Skill Swap"), it features a new story set in the far-away land of Elgado.

Gameplay

Weapons

  • Great Sword
  • Long Sword
  • Sword & Shield
  • Dual Blades
  • Lance
  • Gunlance
  • Hammer
  • Hunting Horn
  • Switch Axe
  • Charge Blade
  • Insect Glaive
  • Light Bowgun
  • Heavy Bowgun
  • Bow

Bosses

New Additions

  • Great Izuchi
  • Tetranadon
  • Somnacanth
  • Magnamalo
  • Goss Harag
  • Almudron
  • Rakna-Kadaki
  • Wind Serpent Ibushi
  • Thunder Serpent Narwa

Variants

  • Narwa the Allmother (added in v3.0)
  • Crimson Glow Valstrax (added in v3.0)
  • Apex Arzuros (originally only available in Rampage quests)
  • Apex Rathian (originally only available in Rampage quests)
  • Apex Mizutsune (originally only available in Rampage quests)
  • Apex Rathalos (added in v2.0, originally only available in Rampage quests)
  • Apex Diablos (added in v2.0, originally only available in Rampage quests)
  • Apex Zinogre (added in v3.0)

Returning Monsters

  • Great Baggi
  • Kula-Ya-Ku
  • Great Wroggi
  • Arzuros
  • Lagombi
  • Volvidon
  • Aknosom
  • Royal Ludroth
  • Barroth
  • Khezu
  • Bishaten
  • Pukei-Pukei
  • Jyuratodus
  • Basarios
  • Rathian
  • Barioth
  • Tobi-Kadachi
  • Anjanath
  • Nargacuga
  • Mizutsune
  • Rathalos
  • Zinogre
  • Tigrex
  • Diablos
  • Kushala Daora (added in v2.0)
  • Chameleos (added in v2.0)
  • Teostra (added in v2.0)
  • Rajang
  • Bazelgeuse

New Additions (Sunbreak)

Variants

Returning Monsters (Sunbreak)

Locales

Hunting

  • Shrine Ruins
  • Frost Islands
  • Sandy Plains
  • Flooded Forest
  • Lava Caverns

Added in Sunbreak:

Special

  • Red Stronghold - Used for Rampage quests.
  • Arena - Small battleground used for certain quests.
  • Coral Palace - Small battleground used for the final boss encounter.
  • Infernal Springs - Added in v3.0. Small battleground used for certain endgame quests.

Added in Sunbreak:

Gallery

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Specific release details

Monster Hunter Rise (Digital)
Monster Hunter Rise (Digital)
Platform PC
Region United States
Developer Capcom
Publisher Capcom
Release date N/A
Product code None
Company code None
Rating
Minimum Players 1
Maximum Players N/A
Resolutions N/A
Sound Systems N/A
Single player Features N/A
Multi player Features N/A
Widescreen Support Yes
Notes Steam

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