Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak from Capcom is finally here on Nintendo Switch and Steam. I’ve been playing the expansion for review. Read my review of it here. As with Monster Hunter Rise, Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak introduced many new mechanics and features to the game. Many of these include quality of life improvements. Regardless of if you’re new to Monster Hunter or Monster Hunter Rise, this guide will help you out. As the title suggests, this Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak Monsters List will include all the new and returning monsters in this expansion.
This is your final warning for spoilers. The list is after the image below.
Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak Monsters List – All the New and Returning Monsters
For the list below the following legend has been used:
- new: new to Monster Hunter
- new*: variants, subspecies, etc
- returning: a monster not present in Rise, but added from an older game to Sunbreak
The list of large monsters in Sunbreak is below:
- Daimyo Hermitaur (returning)
- Blood Orange Bishaten (new*)
- Garangolm (new)
- Shogun Ceanataur (returning)
- Aurora Somnacanth (new*)
- Gore Magala (returning)
- Pyre Rakna-Kadaki (new*)
- Lunagaron (new)
- Seregios (returning)
- Magma Almudron (new*)
- Espinas (returning)
- Astalos (returning)
- Shagaru Magala (returning)
- Malzeno (new)
- Gaismagorm (new, final boss)
- Furious Rajang (returning, unlocked at MR50)
- Scorned Magnamalo (new*, unlocked at MR100)
That brings the total to 17 large monsters added with Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. This list will be expanded with the free title updates, and I will update it for each update.
Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak first title update new monsters
- Seething Bazelgeuse
- Lucent Nargacuga
Hopefully the Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak monsters list had what you were looking for and had the monsters you wanted to see in the expansion. I’m glad to see Furious Rajang back and also the new Magnamalo that was a fun fight.
Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is out now on Switch and Steam worldwide.