Two new trailers for Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin and Monster Hunter Rise were released today at the Monster Hunter Digital Event, while Monster Hunter series producer Ryozo Tsujimoto and Monster Hunter Rise director Yasunori Ichinose revealed details for each title. The latest trailer for Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin offers a first glimpse into a mysterious light that causes monsters to go into an angry frenzy, as well as faces more familiar than the original Monster Hunter Stories. Fans also took a detailed look at Monster Dens for new eggs and the Rite of Channeling feature, which allows players to create completely unique collections of Monstie companions when the game comes out on Nintendo Switch on July 9, 2021. For Monster Hunter Rise fans, the Digital Event showed the second free game update that players can download and play later today. Give me. Update 3.0 will introduce two new monsters to the game and bring a new ending to the game’s story, new missions, new weapon and armor options, new skills, and more.
Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin video released
The latest trailer for Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin gave fans their first glimpse into the light that suddenly begins to infect monsters around the world. The trailer also features new story details about the protagonist’s connection to Razewing Ratha, the whereabouts of their grandfather’s legendary Monster Rider Red, and some returning characters from Monster Hunter Stories. While the link between the rays of anger, rathalos’ global disappearance and the birth of Razewing Ratha is unclear, players can count on the help of Battle Buddy Avinia and Monstie Frostfang, who made their return from Monster Hunter Stories to help solve the mystery.
In addition to providing more engaging story details for fans, the May Digital Event also provided a first glimpse into how Monster Riders will collect and develop their Monstie companions. To collect new Monstie eggs, players will need to go deep into any Monster Den they encounter on the field. Monster Dens come in all shapes and sizes with rarer dens containing elusive monster eggs with potential for elusive genes. Once players return to Stable by pulling new eggs, they can crack the eggs to discover which new Monsters they’ve acquired and use the Rite of Channeling feature to transfer unique genes from one Monster to another. By combining the genes of the same element or attack type, players can create a team of incredibly customized Monsters or mix genes from different monstersto create a more versatile Monster that can use the skills of each type and element of attack.
During the May Digital Event, Monster Hunter Rise players took an early look at the new content to be included in ver 3.0, the game’s second free update. First, it was the arrival of a new variant of Valstrax, the flagship monster of Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate. This mysterious Elder Dragon is known as crimson glow valstrax and can fly through the sky, changing the shape of its wings, allowing it to fly and attack at unusually high altitudes. Next, Apex Zinogre enters the fight with an electric “golden light” appearance and different attacks that can shock predators. In addition, a new mission involving an epic showdown with Thunder Serpent Narwa and Wind Serpent Ibushi will give players a highly anticipated new ending to the story. In addition to the end of this new story, give two new monsters, new quests, new weapon and armor options, new skills and more. It will be available today when version 3.0 is released.
For trendy hunters, DLC Pack 3 will be available for purchase today and will include a new audio option, gestures, hairstyles, sticker sets, background music and more! In June, July, and August, players can expect to further expand their Monster Hunter Rise experience with new co-op missions, additional event missions, and other extra content that will soon appear.