As of that date, PC gamers will have access to the same content as Switch gamers, but that’s far from the end of the road for Monster Hunter Rise. Indeed, in September, Capcom announced that the title will be with a substantial extension, called Sunbreak. Although less imposing than the Iceborne expansion of Monster Hunter World, it will add a new storyline, new creatures, equipment and new areas to explore. Its release is scheduled for summer 2023, and we already know a little more about the content.
The players will therefore explore Elgado, an area close to the ocean, and will be able to face the Malzeno, the Lunagaron or the Ceanataur Shogun, a monster that first appeared in Monster Hunter 2, released in Japan in 2006. However, and although the expansion was announced several months ago, information is scarce on Sunbreak, which is slated for release in 2006. summer. You’d think Capcom would tell us more during the holidays or at the start of the year, but it will be necessary to be patient. The publisher is aware of the expectation, but has published a Tweet which gives us an appointment in the spring.
Hunters, we know you’re itching for more #Sunbreak news …
Stay tuned… Spring 2023! pic.twitter.com/01k8baeRpb
– Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) December 27, 2023
Hunters, we know you can’t wait to learn more about Sunbreak. Stay tuned … Spring 2023!
We should therefore not expect to have new information before the end of March. let’s remember that the game’s latest trailer premiered at the Game Awards, and that it allows to see the Lunagron in action, and to observe a small port town. Nothing is official, but chances are it will be the expansion’s central hub.