Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak Seregios Armor Shown

Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak Seregios Armor Shown

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There’s a new Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak video clip, and this time it looks at the Seregios armor. The returning monster’s appearance was confirmed in the beginning of May 2022. Given the monster has appeared in games before, the equipment should look quite familiar. They look much like they did in Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate and Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate.

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Here’s the Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak Seregios armor video. First, it begins with the male hunter Blademaster version of the armor. Then, there’s the female Blademaster version. (The Gunner variants look slightly different.) After that, it shows a Palamute dressed up. This is the first time a Palamute got Seregios equipment. Finally, the video closes with a peek at the Palico version of the armor.

Capcom’s been sharing quite a few videos of armor sets in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak ahead of this Seregios reveal. For example, it showed off the Garangolm and Lunagaron suits first. Then, it showed off the Blood Orange Bishaten and Shogun Ceanataur equipment.

The company’s also been going over weapon changes coming in the expansion. People can see videos showing off the things like the Sword & Shield, Switch Axe, Gunlance, Bow, and long sword.

Monster Hunter Rise is available for the Nintendo Switch and PC. Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak will release for PC and Nintendo Switch on June 30, 2022.

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