Yesterday we got treated to another incredible Monster Hunter event where we got more updates for the highly anticipated Monster Hunter Rise, which will release later this month on March 26th. During yesterday's updates, we got to check out an all-new trailer featuring all the monsters we can expect to be battling during the rampage, a mysterious event the frenzies all of the monsters that surround the village of Kamura.
Along with this new trailer, we got to see the early future for Monster Rise, including our first new monster, which will be joining the game post-launch, The Chamelos. This chameleon-like creature will be able to blend in with the environment and will bring an additional challenge to Monster Hunter Rise in the weeks following the launch of Monster Hunter rise in late April, along with many other monsters in a series of free updates coming post-launch to Monster Hunter Rise.
But that is not all the Monster Hunter event had in store for us for Rise, as in the full event, which you can check out below, we got to check out each of the monsters coming to Monster Hunter Rise this March, along with all of the stunning locations, and some new details for a new demo which will be coming to Nintendo Switch on March 11th. During this second demo, we will be able to take part in all the events from the first demo, which included two hunts and Wyvern Riding trading, along with an all-new hunt where we will be able to take on the flagship monster, The Magnamalo!
Of course, Monster Hunter Rise was not the only game showcased during yesterdays Monster Hunter event, as we also finally got a release date for Monster Hunter Stories 2, which will be coming to Nintendo Switch and PC on July 9th2021. You can check out the full new trailer for Monster Hunter Stories 2 below as the introduction to the full Monster Hunter Event below. You can also check out the pre-order bonuses and some more details for the upcoming adventure game.
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