Capcom’s Monster Hunter Rise Unveils New Launch Trailer
Monsters need to hunt on Nintendo Switch.
Posted Mar 25, 2021 Jake Su
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Now is the best time to be a Monster Hunter fan. Following the muscle experience of Monster Hunter World and the Iceborne expansion, players may continue to search for even more ways to enjoy hunting, and Capcom has answered the call. The new Monster Hunter Rise launch trailer has been released, and hunters can prepare to explore a new world on Nintendo Switch.
There are certainly big differences between Monster Hunter Rise and previous entries in the series. There is much more freedom in the way you move and navigate the world.
The new wirebug lets you roam the world like a certain superhero, but with a cooldown. Its palamute mount will also get you where you need to be fast. Using the Wirebug figures in combat also gives hunters a sense of freedom unmatched in the action and movement of the Monster Hunter Rise trailer.
You don’t have to wait forever for a monster to knock you out. The wirebug lets you jump straight into the center of the action.
You can even control the monsters you hunt, turning the tables against the larger beasts that await you. Driving in Wyvern will always be great, and Monster Hunter Rise has it in abundance. Combat is also bolstered by skill attacks, creating new combinations for the wide variety of weapons already in the game.
There is also a tower defense type experience that you can have with your friends in Rampage. Prepare for the attack of different monsters by setting traps, preparing turrets and preparing for the war of attrition. Do it well enough and you will get amazing unlocks to further improve your skills as a hunter.
Of course, monsters are the star of the game series and Monster Hunter Rise trailer. Expect to see that there are plenty of highlights too. With familiar enemies and new challenges awaiting, Monster Hunter Rise will be an incredible experience for all Nintendo Switch owners.
Capcom already has the first title update in the works. April will mark the return of Chameleos, the debut of Apex Rathalos, and several other monsters. Time to get ready, hunter.