Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak gameplay trailers for Garangolm and the Citadel

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak gameplay trailers for Garangolm

Capcom shared new Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak gameplay trailers for Garangolm and the Citadel, showing off the new beast and area.

Here’s the new Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak gameplay trailers for Garangolm and the Citadel:

Here’s a rundown on the new expansion:

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is the monstrous new expansion for Monster Hunter Rise, the critically-acclaimed and top-selling Monster Hunter title that released on Nintendo Switch. The story of Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak begins following the heroic defense of Kamura Village that concludes in Monster Hunter Rise. In addition to the all-new storyline, the expansion will introduce new monsters, new additions to combat, the Master Rank quest difficulty, and more.

After being summoned to aid the distant Kingdom by the gallant knight Dame Fiorayne, the hunters set out for the port of Elgado Outpost. This bustling maritime waystation is the home of the Laboratory researching the abnormal monster activity troubling the Kingdom, and the Command Post tasked with restoring peace to the realm. The threat befalling the Kingdom is closely linked to powerful creatures known as the Three Lords, each inspired by staples of Western horror. This cadre includes the newly unveiled Garangolm, the chilling Fanged Wyvern Lunagaron, and the Elder Dragon Malzeno. Researching the behavior of the Three Lords will take hunters across the Kingdom to exciting new locales,
including the newly-unveiled Citadel.

Key Features

  • Journey to the West – In addition to the plethora of new hunts to complete, the immersive story will task Kamura’s valiant hunters with researching the secrets behind the puzzling anomalies plaguing the distant Kingdom. This pursuit
    will take players on a journey across the sea to a new base of operations called Elgado Outpost, where they will investigate powerful creatures known as the Three Lords, each inspired by staples of Western horror.
  • New and Returning Monsters – The game will introduce Malzeno, a menacing new flagship monster, as well as other new monsters like the lupine Fanged Wyvern Lunagaron, the towering Garangolm, and new subspecies such as Blood Orange Bishaten. Hunters will also encounter numerous fan-favorite and returning species from previous Monster Hunter games including the voltaic Astalos.
  • Combat Evolved – The “Wirebug” mechanic that allows for unparalleled freedom of movement and mobility returns! Hunters using the new facilities at Elgado Outpost will also be able to master all-new combat options and Wirebug techniques for all weapon types. More information on these new abilities will be shared in the future.
  • New Locales – Featuring all-new maps with no loading times such as the newly revealed Citadel locale, the continuous gameplay ensures that players will remain on their quests as soon as the hunt begins, without transitions between
    areas.
  • Hunting Options – Play solo, or join up to three other hunters in online co-op play on Nintendo Switch or PC. The Nintendo Switch system also allows for hunting anywhere, anytime and with anyone via a local connection!

New Content Update

To help new players prepare for the arrival of Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, new armor sets and weapons for Monster Hunter Rise have been added. The powerful Defender series of weapons boasts a high attack power for helping players advance through early hunts, and can be paired with the Black Belt armor and Veteran’s Talisman for enhanced survivability and useful skills. As players approach High Rank, the Guild Cross set speeds up the process of harvesting useful items that can be stockpiled for future hunts. Monster Hunter Rise players who do not purchase the Sunbreak expansion will receive an update when Sunbreak launches that will require 13GB on Nintendo Switch and PC. The update will be required for online play, and includes weapon balances, item packs, and character edit vouchers.

Different Version Details

In addition to the digital-only MSRP $39.99 Standard Edition of Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, a special MSRP $49.99 Deluxe Edition will include the massive expansion in addition to bonus content such as layered armor sets, gestures, and hairstyle. Avid Monster Hunter Rise players can also purchase the limited Collector’s Edition* (physical only) for MSRP $99.99. This package will contain a digital voucher for the Deluxe Edition of the expansion in addition to physical items such as a sticker pack, enamel pin, steelbook case and an amiibo figure of Malzeno, the expansion’s flagship monster. While the Collector’s Edition will not include a copy of the Monster Hunter Rise base game, hunters looking to start their journey in Kamura can select the MSRP $69.99 Monster Hunter Rise + Sunbreak set in digital versions for Nintendo Switch and PC. This set includes the Standard Edition of Monster Hunter Rise, as well as the massive Sunbreak expansion.

Early Purchase Bonuses

Players who choose to purchase any version of Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak early will receive the “Loyal Dog” and “Striped Cat” layered armor sets for Palamute and Palico companions. At launch, players on Nintendo Switch will also be able to purchase three new Malzeno-inspired amiibo that unlock special layered armor for their hunter, Palamute, and Palico pawtners.

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is set to launch on June 30th, 2022, for Nintendo Switch and Windows PC (via Steam). Monster Hunter Rise is available now on Nintendo Switch and Windows PC – in case you missed it you can find our thorough review on the Switch version here and a port report on the PC version here.

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