Monster Hunter Rise Version 3.0 Broadcast

Monster Hunter Rise Broadcast to Reveal Version 3.0 Information

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An upcoming Monster Hunter broadcast will reveal more information about Monster Hunter Rise Version 3.0. Additionally, more information regarding Monster Hunter Stories 2 will also be part of the broadcast. The official Capcom USA Twitter account revealed the date and time of the upcoming broadcast. Viewers will be able to watch through YouTube or Twitch. The Monster Hunter broadcast will be on May 26, 2021 at 7am PT/10am ET. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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Information regarding the Monster Hunter Rise Version 3.0 update has been scarce. Outside of previously revealed information, Capcom has remained silent regarding what monsters could potentially appear. However, the update patch is scheduled to release sometime at the end of May 2021, and the broadcast will announce several monsters.

Previously, Monster Hunter Rise Version 2.0 saw the addition of the Elder Dragons Teostra, Chamelos, and Kushala Daora. Additionally, several free event quests have arrived in-game since the update. The game also saw the inclusion of several new armor sets and weapons with the addition of the Elder Dragons.

New information about Monster Hunter Stories 2 will also be revealed during the broadcast. However, what that content is has yet to be disclosed. Viewers will simply need to watch the broadcast to find out more.

Monster Hunter Rise is immediately available for Nintendo Switch, with a PC version planned for early 2022. The Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin will launch on the Nintendo Switch and PC worldwide on July 9, 2021.

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