Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak – Release Date, Demo, and Other Information

by Ami Dalsania

Here’s the Release date and demo information for Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak.

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is a massive expansion that will bring a ton of new content for players to explore, and the full release date is getting closer all the time. Now that the demo is also available, there are approximately two weeks left until everyone will have access to some new monsters.

If you haven’t already, now is the time to get ready to test out the game and check out the full expansion, which will be released in June along with the demo version of the game. For those who have never played Monster Hunter Rise before, there is currently a discount available on the game’s essential package in preparation for the release of additional creatures and environments.

The release date for Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak

By the end of June, the Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak expansion will be made available to all players, regardless of whether they intend to create a new character or continue their current adventure. The 30th of June in 2022 has been designated as the official release date. That leaves a little more than two weeks for everyone to get themselves ready to do battle against the Three Lords.

In the past, there was speculation that the Nintendo Switch would be the first platform to get access to Sunbreak, and that PC players would need to wait in order to do so. On the other hand, that is not the case, and pre-purchases of the expansion can already be made on Steam. Unfortunately, players on Xbox and PlayStation will not be able to participate in any way in Monster Hunter Rise.

In the time leading up to the launch of Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, the game is currently available for purchase at a significant discount, bringing the total cost down to around $30. However, this does not include Sunbreak, and you will need to make a separate purchase to obtain that expansion. Sunbreak will be priced at $39.99 across all platforms, regardless of whether or not the player already owns the base game.

For those die-hard fans who absolutely must have it, there is also a special “deluxe edition” of the game that can be purchased. The layered armors, new gestures, and additional customization features will each cost fifty dollars to unlock.

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak demo details

At the Capcom Showcase, an announcement was made regarding a brand new demo that will be available while everyone waits for the full expansion to be released. On June 14th, the Sunbreak demo was made available, and it is likely that it will continue to be available for some time afterward so that new players have the opportunity to test out the content for themselves.

There are four major quests that can be completed in the demo, with the Great Izuchi serving as the starting point for players at the lowest difficulty level. After completing a quest of an intermediate difficulty, Tetranadon will become available. Astalos and Malzeno, both of which are a part of Sunbreak, are the final two monsters that can be battled by the player.

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