A MONSTER HUNTER RISE NEXT MONTH For NINTENDO SWITCH
2021 will definitely be the year for the Monster Hunter. There will be Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2, both of which are exclusive to the Nintendo Switch. These two games will have some cross-title features, although Capcom didn’t go into much detail on that. Wirebug will be an element of the upcoming new series in Monster Hunter Rise. This tool will help players navigate the vertical of the world, which is what Capcom focuses on in this title. Players will be able to test how it works in the Monster Hunter Rise demo.
We need you to protect Kamura Village!— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) December 11, 2020
Wade through the marshy Flooded Forest and confront new monsters, such as the sleep-inducing Somnacanth and the omnivorous trickster Bishaten!#MHRise Demo coming January 2021.#TheGameAwards pic.twitter.com/6hQ5QJfHXE
In the past few days, fans have seen quite a few game commercials, including a clip from Game Awards. Yesterday, Capcom released some teasers highlighting the fight with the bow and double swords. While it’s true that more gameplay footage is welcome, it doesn’t really tell us what the demo will entail. We know that the demo will be released in January, and not just what players will do in it, aside from obviously hunting monsters.