MHRise Update Ver 3.0 & Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin Digital Event announcements!

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MHRise Update Ver 3.0 & Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin Digital Event announcements!

If you need even more Monster Hunter in your life, then you're in luck!

On May 26th over on the official Monster Hunter Twitch Channel, Capcom held a digital event announcing a brand new trailer for Monster Hunter 2: Wings of Ruin that releases worldwide on July 9th!

Along with the brand new trailer, we got to see some new game features such as hunting for eggs, which can be hatched at your stable to reveal new 'monsties' for you to use throughout your Wings of Ruin adventure. We're excited to see what else Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin has in store!

During the digital event, we also got a new trailer for the Monster Hunter Rise Version 3.0 update!

 Included with the free title update are the additions of new monsters such as the new variant of Valstrax, Crimson Glow Valstrax, and Apex Zinogre, which will appear during Rampage and Standard Quests.

A new ending is also being added to the games story, so there's plenty reason to get back into the game.

Don't forget to check that you have at least 1.4GB of space free on your Nintendo Switch to download the update, which you can get right now from the Nintendo Switch eShop.

Capcom are also sharing that Monster Hunter Rise has shipped seven million copies worldwide! To celebrate, if you talk to Senri the Mailman in your game, you claim the Kamura Pack 3 which includes: x30 Mega Potions, x20 Well-done Steaks, x10 Large Barrel Bombs, x5 Mega Demondrug and x5 Mega  Armorskin!

In the meantime, if that's not enough Monster Hunter news and excitement for you, check out our line of Monster Hunter goodies from Nendoroids to statues!

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