Here’s the Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak Free Title Update 5 Release Date
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Here’s the Free Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak Title Update 5 Release Date

As expected from the latest Capcom Monster Hunter event, we found out more about when we can start playing new content. The Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak Title Update 5 release date appeared. As is common, it’s appearing shortly after the showcase. People on the Switch and PC can download the free patch and gain access to the new Elder Dragon and powered up monster on April 20, 2023. In addition, a Bonus Update will appear in June 2023 with a new Variant Monster.

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We know Risen Shagaru Magala and Amatsu will join the roster. Special Missions for Anomaly Investigations. There will also be new Event Quests with various rewards, like cosmetic items. More paid DLC will appear too.

A new trailer appeared for the upcoming Title Update 5. You can see it at the very beginning of the showcase in the video below. After the initial introduction, there’s a more focused look at every new element coming to the game tomorrow.

We should start hearing about these Title Updates for other consoles soon too. The PS4 and Xbox One versions of Sunbreak release on April 28, 2023. After they do, they can start catching up with the earlier releases and getting new monsters and improvements.

However, there are no extra details about the Bonus Update yet. Capcom only teased the new roadmap with the “last monster” at the very end, as well as showed a teaser of Fiorayne encountering the new creature.

Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak is available for the Nintendo Switch and PC, and the free Title Update 5 release date is April 20, 2023. The Bonus Update will appear in June 2023.


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