Monster Hunter Rise’s first main post-launch replace bringing new monsters in April • Eurogamer.internet


HR cap might be unlocked too.

Monster Hunter Rise has solely simply arrived on Change, however already Capcom is speaking up the sport’s first main post-launch replace. Model 2.0, because it’s identified, will launch towards the top of April, bringing new monsters, an unlocked HR cap, and extra.

As confirmed on the recreation’s official web site, Monster Hunter Rise’s first Free Title Replace will develop the present creature roster by welcoming in Chameleos – a mist-themed Elder Dragon that debuted in 2006’s Monster Hunter 2. This, by the way, is identical upcoming monster known as Onazuchi by the sport’s Japanese Twitter feed.

Chameleos might be joined by “a number of” extra new monsters in April’s Model 2.Zero replace, one among which would be the Apex Rathalos, as revealed on the finish of Rise’s launch trailer under.

Monster Hunter Rise – Launch Trailer.

That is not fairly the top of it both; Capcom has additionally introduced it’s going to be unlocking Rise’s HR cap (which at the moment stops at HR7) alongside “associated options” as a part of April’s Free Title Replace – though its precise plans for Rise’s end-game are nonetheless unknown.

As soon as Monster Hunter Rise’s Model 2.Zero has been launched, extra updates – promising extra new monsters and different options – will comply with. Capcom is but to share specifics however it’s unlikely to be lengthy earlier than we hear extra.

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