Tag: Monster Hunter Rise

Monster Hunter Rise Merchandise Revealed

Capcom has revealed upcoming merchandise for Monster Hunter Rise and it includes 2 types of carry cases, acryl charms and plushies. All of these will be available on the 26th of March 2021, when Monster Hunter Rise releases.


The “Supply Box” carrying case has enough room to store the entire Nintendo Switch console, along with charging Dock and controller. It will cost ¥4200, around £30 / €34 / $40.

A smaller carrying case will also be available for the Nintendo Switch lite. This one will cost ¥2800, or about £20 / €23 / $27.


The available charms will cost ¥650 (about £5 / €5 / or $6) individually and ¥9,100 (about £66 / €74 / $87) for the set of fourteen. Consumers will be able to carry charms of their favorite weapons from Monster Hunter Rise with these stylish acrylic charms.


Finally, three new plushies of the Palamute, Palico and Magnamalo. These will cost ¥2500 (about £18 / €20 / $24).

Source: Siliconera, Gamer

New Monster Hunter Rise Video Introduces Escurego

Capcom has released a new video. This time introducing the Escurego (that’s Es-cure-go, and no, I did not make that up), a Hunter Helper. This snail can help you by releasing a healing mist.

Monster Hunter Rise releases on the Nintendo Switch on the 26th of March 2021.

Source: GoNintendo

New Footage of Great Sword Gameplay in Monster Hunter Rise

The official Twitter account of the Monster Hunter game series has released some new footage for Monster Hunter Rise on the Nintendo Switch.

In it we get our first look at the Palamute actively engaging an enemy and we see the protagonist wielding a Great Sword.

Monster Hunter Rise will launch on the 26th of March 2021 on the Nintendo Switch.

Source: Twitter

First Gameplay Footage Monster Hunter Rise

During the Tokyo Game Show 2020 Capcom have is our first look at gameplay in Monster Hunter Rise (starts around 1:34:45).

One of the new features in the game is the Wirebug, a creature which can be used as a grappling hook, for a maximum of 3 times. They can be found in the wild.

There’s also a new “action slider” tab to issue commands to your Palamute. And we can pet the doggo. 🥺

heckin good boy

Source: Siliconera