Monster Hunter Rise It was announced a few weeks ago as the new installment in Capcom’s hit franchise . On this occasion, however, the title would land exclusively on Nintendo Switch , a platform for which millions of players have been clamoring for months to launch a dedicated IP title. Today, still six months after “Rise” debuts in the aforementioned hybrid console , we got new details on what lies ahead this time around.
Before entering, review the information extracted by the Japanese colleagues at 4Gamer , we will also leave you with new screenshots of Monster Hunter Rise through the Famitsu medium (via Nibellion):
New Monster Hunter Rise Details
To start with regarding the new information from Monster Hunter Rise, we’ll point out that the title has been in development since 2015 , that is, when it launches it will have a five-year cycle – almost six years, it depends on the exact date it started -. This, in turn, would allow us to think that since Capcom They have the ability, in the future, to continue working on the “World” line at a multiplatform level while continuing to leave us exclusive experiences for Nintendo Switch.
Some aspects confirmed at the content level are that this time the new monsters were inspired by Yokai , the classic Japanese demons, although when in doubt they assure that they are still normal and ordinary creatures at the biological level. On the other hand, to deal with the dangers posed by these beasts, players will have a total of 14 different weapon types from which to choose. Unfortunately, they don’t specify which they are.
Ultimately, and since Monster Hunter: World saw the release of the “Iceborne” expansion at the time, from Capcom they wanted to clarify that as of this writing , no expansion is planned for Monster Hunter Rise . This does not imply that it is a rejected idea, but simply something that they have not yet decided internally.
Monster Hunter Rise will be released on March 26, 2021 . The title will only land on Nintendo Switch.