Monster Hunter Rise is out now on Nintendo Switch worldwide. After an initial reveal, Capcom has slowly been showcasing more of the newest Monster Hunter game and the wait has finally ended. I’ve been playing Monster Hunter Rise over the last few weeks and it is excellent. Read my detailed review here. A free demo is also available with a save data bonus in the full game. If you’re planning on getting the game, check out my tips and tricks here. Monster Hunter Rise introduces new mechanics like wyvern riding, Rampage quests, the wirebug, and more. Watch the Monster Hunter Rise launch trailer below:

Monster Hunter Rise version 2.0 update release and contents

The first free title update arrives in late April as Monster Hunter Rise version 2.0 update bringing in Chameleos and as showcased in the launch trailer, Apex Rathalos, new unannounced monsters, and more.

Monster Hunter Rise version 3.0 update release and contents

Monster Hunter Rise version 3.0 update brings in several new monsters and the conclusion to the story. More details will be revealed in the future.

Monster Hunter Rise eShop links

Check out Monster Hunter Rise on the eShop in UK here and North America here.

Check out my guide on how amiibo work, upgrading your attack and defense with the armorcharm and powercharm, and everything Monster Hunter Rise here.

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Monster Hunter Rise is out now worldwide on Nintendo Switch. It releases in early 2022 for PC via Steam.

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