Game news Monster Hunter Rise: Much has changed
Jeuxvideo.com editors managed to get a demo of Monster Hunter Rise. Ken Bogard gives his impressions and explains the various changes.
Monster Hunter Rise is the latest installment in the Monster Hunter franchise. It will be available on the Nintendo Switch on March 26, 2021, three years after Monster Hunter World was released on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. A highly anticipated game that brings many changes from previous games, such as The appearance of filarias Which replaces traditional grapples. In addition to the speed gained in movement, this coil makes the game more vertical and more tense: it multiplies the options in combat.
Additionally, Monster Hunter Rise has redesigned the way the monsters are riding: the QTE (Quick Time Event) has been removed and must now be weakened before they can be installed. More interesting system where the tamed creatures will be used to infect the monster that is chasing the player.
Finally, we can notice the game’s impressive graphics quality, which is perhaps one of the most beautiful games on the Nintendo Switch according to Ken Bogard. Everyone with convincing liquidity that remains stable during the different stages of play. The title looks promising as it brings its share of novelties, with completely different gameplay from its predecessors.
Monster Hunter Rise will be available March 26, 2021 on Switch. The demo will be available on the Nintendo Online Store from Jan.8 to Feb 1 at 9 a.m.
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