Game News Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak: a size demo announced, the bonuses of the editions revealed by Capcom
Capcom’s showcase may have only lasted half an hour, but that didn’t stop the Japanese publisher from devoting a very long segment to one of its greatest successes: Monster Hunter Rise. On the occasion of the upcoming release, on June 30, of the “Sunbreak” expansion, Capcom has unveiled an abundance of gameplay and interesting information such as a new demo and the bonuses of the expansion editions.
Sunbreak promises to be as nervous as Monster Hunter Rise
Capcom’s goal with this showcase couldn’t be simpler: to provide gamers with concrete information and information on what awaits them in the short term, instead of lulling them with illusions with games that will only arrive in a few months, at best. Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak was therefore the perfect candidate for the occasion, and Capcom amply rewarded us for responding to this small conference.
True to its reputation as a nervous and over-excited game, the “Sunbreak” extension of monster hunter rise gave us a good dose of gameplay, while doing a revelation about the content of this new adventure : hunters will be able to rub shoulders again with old iconic creatures from the saga such as Espinas or Gore Magala. To give you an idea of what awaits you, nothing better than to try it, right? That’s good because a demo will be available tomorrow, June 15.
A demo worthy of the Sunbreak extension
As we have said, the presentation dedicated to monster hunter rise was long, but there was material. The second part of this presentation was therefore dedicated to a new and mysterious region, the Jungle, which you can explore in the demo. However, it’s not just the ride that awaits you: more or less difficult missions are entrusted to you! Kill an Astalos, eliminate a Tetranodon, defeat a Great Izuchi… But before all that, you will of course be able to train and discover new actions such as the “Substitute Talent Transfer”, as well as new “self-link” attacks.
Once you feel ready, whether in solo or multiplayer, you can tackle the most difficult challenge of this demo: face the Malzeno! Anyway, if you’re already convinced, Capcom has something to reward your support depending on the edition you have chosen and your pre-order.. Note that amiibos related to the extension will be marketed: all the announcements can be found in the video at the top of the article!
About the Summer Game Fest
What is Summer Game Fest?
No E3 this year, but we can still count on another world-class event: the Summer Game Fest, a big show dedicated to announcements of video games to come this year or the following years. It was in 2020 that journalist and host Geoff Keighley launched this now unmissable festival for the first time. Last year, the show featured stunning images from Elden Ring; so inevitably, the third iteration raises high expectations.
When does Summer Game Fest 2022 start?
The Summer Game Fest is this Thursday, June 9 at 8 p.m. The show will once again be followed by a Day of the Devs session devoted to the independent scene.
How to follow the Summer Game Fest 2022?
On HelloSolar.info, we will react live to announcements from the LeStream channel alongside Maxildan and Aymeric Lallée in particular. The show will also be directly visible as a teaser on HelloSolar.info’s homepage. And for those who prefer reading, you will of course find our news throughout the conference. A written summary will also be available
What is the program for Summer Game Fest 2022?
Among the games not to miss, there is in particular the heir to Dead Space, The Callisto Protocol, which shows us its first gameplay images. For its part Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 presents us with its first level. Also on the program: Gotham Knights, Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course, the first game from Aaryn Flynn’s studio (ex-Bioware) Nightingale, the JRPG One Piece Odyssey, the free-to-play Warframe or even Planet of Lana. Geoff Keighley further announced: “We have a few new game announcements for this show and hopefully a few surprises if all goes well. But it’s definitely a show that mostly focuses on things that are foretold.”