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Friday, September 23, 2022

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak – This is Title Update 1

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The best selling expansion Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak now receives a title update. This not only offers you new monsters, but also a new quest system. Furthermore, new quests will soon be released on a weekly basis.

If you want to explore the world of Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak even further, you can download the new, free title update today. This brings you some new monsters, such as the Moonlight Nargacuga from Monster Hunter 3. If you want to find it, you should take a look in the revamped Forbidden Tower. Also joining the party are the Brooding Bazelgeuse, the Gold Rathian and the Silver Rathalos 

Apart from that, you can expect the Anomaly Research quest system in Title Update 1 of Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. Five-star ratings for Anomaly quests have been unlocked, and now feature affected monsters such as Lunagaron and Magma Almudron, which are unlocked as you progress through the new Anomaly Investigation quests. The new Anomaly Investigation quest system offers randomly generated quest conditions, such as target monsters, hunting grounds and the number of hunters. In the process, the difficulty level increases steadily.

If that’s not enough for you, Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak will be launching weekly challenges on 18 August. In these special missions you can encounter the so-called double threat.
Last but not least, there are a lot of decorative items such as decorative armour, hairstyles, stickers, music and even NPC costumes. This way you can customise the expansion according to your wishes.


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