Monster Hunter Rise from Capcom is out now worldwide on Nintendo Switch and it is one of the best games you can play on Nintendo’s hybrid system. Read my review here. Following the Monster Hunter Rise version 3.0.0 event showcase, Capcom previously detailed the full Monster Hunter Rise update roadmap including the first collaboration quest. Monster Hunter Rise version 3.1 has just gone live on Nintendo Switch. The Monster Hunter Rise version 3.1 update download size is 0.65GB. Watch the Monster Hunter Rise E3 2021 trailer below:

Monster Hunter Rise version 3.1 update patch notes

The full Monster Hunter Rise version 3.1 update patch notes are here.

Monster Hunter Rise DLC Pack 4 price and contents

Monster Hunter Rise DLC Pack 4 is priced at $24.99 and it includes the following (also sold separately):

  • “Floral Mask” Hunter layered armor piece
  • “Floral Yukata” Hunter layered armor piece
  • “Floral Sleeves” Hunter layered armor piece
  • “Floral Zori” Hunter layered armor piece
  • “F Floral Yukata” Palico layered armor piece
  • “C Floral Yukata” Palamute layered armor piece
  • “Traditional Dance” gesture set
  • “Cursed Flame” face paint
  • “Third Eye” face paint
  • “Bob with Hairband” hairstyle
  • Hunter Voice: Kagero the Merchant
  • Hunter Voice: Rondine the Trader
  • “Kamura Village: Summer Remix” BGM
  • “Summery Sailor” Cohoot outfit
  • “Puffy Penguin” Cohoot outfit
  • “Special Stickers 3” sticker set

Monster Hunter Rise roadmap from June 2021

On June 18, Capcom Collaboration 1 brings in Palico Layered Armor Tsukino Costume. June 24 will see 3.1 release with 3.2 set for end of July. Check out the full roadmap below:

Monster Hunter Rise version 3.2 release date set for end of July 2021

Monster Hunter Rise version 3.2 update will add Capcom Collaboration 2 with new DLC and event quests.

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Monster Hunter Rise version 3.3 update release date set for end of August 2021

Monster Hunter Rise version 3.3 update will bring in Capcom Collaboration 3 with new DLC and event quests.

I previously spoke to Yasunori Ichinose at Capcom about Monster Hunter Rise’s returning monsters and more. Read the full interview here. I also spoke to Ryozo Tsujimoto about Monster Hunter Stories 2 and how it can be enjoyed by newcomers. Read that interview here.

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

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