Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak releases a new playable demo with an additional quest with a super hard difficulty setting.
One of the big questions that probably started floating around the Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak community when the expansion was first announced was whether Capcom would release a playable demo of the expansion or not. In the recently concluded Capcom Showcase livestream event in 2022, the company has finally allayed the concerns of the players. A new demo has been announced for Monster Hunter Rise: Sunshine, and with that comes an extra quest with a super-hard difficulty that seems to challenge even the most experienced of hunters.
In addition to announcing the new demo, the development team made many other exciting revelations during the Capcom Showcase. New and returning monsters are added to the expansion’s roster, and hunters can explore a new location. Plus, the content doesn’t stop with the expansion’s June 2022 launch. Capcom also shared that several free title updates for Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak covering new monsters and areas will be released throughout the year and beyond into 2023.
To give the player base a taste of what the expansion is brings a new one at the end of June Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak demo will be released on June 14, 2022 at 7:00 PM PDT or June 15, 2022 at 3:00 AM BST and will be available on both Nintendo Switch and Steam platforms. According to Capcom, the demo features four hunting missions with varying degrees of difficulty. Last Monster Hunter demos usually only have three difficulty settings, and Capcom stressed that the fourth “Advanced” quest will be “super hard” as it features a seemingly powerful version of the flagship monster Malzeno.
The demo will also include several other features. This includes several training missions where new players can learn about the basics of hunting, such as Wyvern Riding. For experienced fighters, players can jump straight into battle and try out the new Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak Switch Skill Swap feature and new Silkbind attacks for each weapon. The demo will also reward players with a bonus item pack that they can claim in the full version of the game.
The Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak demo will be available in both single player and multiplayer mode via local or online. To hunt online, players must have an active Nintendo Switch Online subscription. The demo also requires a few gigabytes of free space, so the community should free up enough space to download and install the demo without any problems.
Monster Hunter Rise is now available for PC and Switch, and solar time will be published on June 30, 2022.
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