The Capcom team has announced more information on Monster Hunter Rise. Among other things, fans can look forward to a second demo of the upcoming monster hunt for Nintendo Switch soon. The test version will be available in the eShop from March 11th. While most of the demo hardly differs from the January version, there is a new challenge in which you can compete against the monster Magnamalo.

According to Capcom, the new quest will again offer a significantly higher level of difficulty. If you still have the January demo installed on your Nintendo Switch, you will receive an update on Thursday that will automatically add the new content. This will also reset your attempts. Like the previous demo, this trial version of Monster Hunter Rise will only be available for download from the Nintendo eShop for a limited time.

Capcom also announced numerous post-launch updates today that will add new monsters to the game, for example. Monster Hunter Rise will be available in stores exclusively for Nintendo Switch on March 26, 2021. The title will also be available for the PC in early 2022. In addition, Capcom also revealed details of Monster Hunter Stories 2. The offshoot will appear in stores on July 9, 2021 – at the same time for Switch and PC. There will also be a special Switch model for the release of Monster Hunter Rise.

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