Monster Hunter Rise Version 3.0 Release Date

Monster Hunter Rise Version 3.0 Will Release May 27

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During the most recent Monster Hunter broadcast, the release date for Monster Hunter Rise Version 3.0 was revealed. Players can expect to get their hands on the upcoming update on May 27, 2021. Additionally, Monster Hunter Rise Version 3.0 will see the addition of several new monsters to the roster.

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Just like Monster Hunter Rise Version 2.0, this version will come with more content for players to sink their teeth into. This includes the mentioned addition of several new monsters. However, Version 3.0 will also include additional story content. Additionally, new layered armor and new monsters will appear in this update. This includes the Crimson Glow Valstrax and Apex Zinogre.

Previous updates have added a total of three Elder Dragons into the title. This included the Chameleos, Kushala Daora, and Teostra. Additionally, more monsters were added to the Rampage Quests through Monster Hunter Rise Version 2.0 which included the Apex Diablos.

Since the release of Version 2.0 more than a handful of event quests have been added to Monster Hunter Rise. This has included unique quests for players to obtain more cosmetic items, like a pair of glasses and even stickers.

Monster Hunter Rise is immediately available for the Nintendo Switch. A PC version of the game is scheduled to release sometime in early 2022. Monster Hunter Rise Version 3.0 will release on May 27, 2021.

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