Monster Hunter Stories 2 Trailer

Monster Hunter Stories 2 Story Intro Trailer Explains the Plot

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Capcom has released a Monster Hunter Stories 2 story intro trailer ahead of an upcoming Monster Hunter broadcast. This new video explains the plot of the upcoming title and the relevance certain characters will play in various events. A narrator explains the events that transpire during the start of the game. Additionally, players can get a look at the various characters that will appear in the game. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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While the trailer itself does not elaborate on anything players may previously have seen during the Monster Hunter broadcast, it is still filled with spoilers. Viewers should keep this in mind before watching the Monster Hunter Stories 2 story intro trailer. You can watch the video below.

As mentioned before, a Monster Hunter broadcast will reveal more information regarding Monster Hunter Stories 2. The broadcast will take place on May 26, 2021 at 7am PT/10am ET. The latest information about Monster Hunter Stories 2 and Monster Hunter Rise will be disclosed during the presentation. Viewers can watch the broadcast through Twitch or YouTube. Specifics regarding what the broadcast will show have yet to be revealed.

Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin will launch on the Nintendo Switch and PC worldwide on July 9, 2021. Players can unlock extra outfits through Ena, Razewing Ratha, and Tsukino amiibo.

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