Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak Garangolm

Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak Garangolm Concept Art Displays Its Strength

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Capcom has shared concept art of the Garangolm, an entirely new monster that will appear in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak. The concept art demonstrates its strength, as it is seen lifting a massive boulder above its head in one image. Another illustration shows the Garangolm in a much more peaceful scenario, sleeping with birds resting along its head.

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You can take a look at the concept art of the Garangolm in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak below.

The Garangolm was originally revealed through a Monster Hunter Digital Event. It included a brief look at the Garangolm and a description of its use of fire and water elemental attacks. It is one of several new monsters that will appear in the paid expansion. Other new monsters include the Lunagaron and the flagship monster of the expansion the Malzeno.

Additionally, several monsters from other Monster Hunter titles will appear in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak. These include the Shogun Ceanatuar and the Astalos. Capcom also shared that other monsters from previous titles will make an appearance. However, those monsters have yet to be revealed.

Monster Hunter Rise is available for PC and Nintendo Switch. Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak will release for PC and Nintendo Switch on June 30, 2022. A Digital Deluxe Edition is available to pre-order.


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