Monster Hunter Rise Paid DLC Pack

Monster Hunter Rise Paid DLC Pack Includes New Hairstyles and Cat Ears

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With the arrival of Monster Hunter Rise Version 3.0, a new paid DLC pack is now available to purchase. This new Monster Hunter Rise paid DLC pack includes two new haircuts and layered armor options for the Hunter, Palico, and Palamute. Additionally, consumers can also purchase two new background music tracks that harken back to previous Monster Hunter titles.

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Similar to the previously released DLC pack, consumers can purchase these items individually. However, they can also be bought in a bundle for ¥2,500, or roughly $22. Additionally, this new Monster Hunter Rise paid DLC pack will include another set of character voices. This time players can get their hands on the Yomogi and Iori voice packs.

Previously released voice packs include Hinoa, Minoto, Fugen, and Master Utsushi. These packs are still available to purchase through the Nintendo eShop. These packs also included hairstyles, stickers, and layered armor for your Cohoot. And just like the most recently released paid DLC, these items can be purchased individually.

The Monster Hunter Rise Version 3.0 update is immediately available. This free update has added Crimson Glow Valstrax and Apex Zinogre into the game. Both monsters can be fought through the standard quests, though Apex Zinogre can also be challenged through Rampage Mode.

Monster Hunter Rise is immediately available for the Nintendo Switch.

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