Game news Monster Hunter Rise: A lot has changed
The editors of igamesnews.com got their hands on the Monster Hunter Rise demo. Ken Bogard gives his impressions and explains the various changes.
M onster Hunter Rise is the latest in the Monster Hunter franchise. It will be available for Nintendo Switch on March 26, 2021, three years after Monster Hunter World released on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. A highly anticipated game that brings many changes from previous games such as: the appearance of the Filoptera
Also, Monster Hunter Rise has redesigned the way monsters ride: the QTE (Quick Time Event) has been removed and they now need to be weakened before mounting. A more interesting system since the tamed creatures are used to harm the monster the player is chasing.
Finally, we can note the game’s impressive graphics quality, which, according to Ken Bogard, is perhaps one of the nicest on Nintendo Switch. The whole thing with a convincing fluidity that remains stable during the different phases of the game. The title therefore looks promising as it brings its share of novelty with it, especially with gameplay that is very different from its predecessors.
Monster Hunter Rise will be available on Switch on March 26, 2021. A demo is available from January 8th to February 1st at 9 a.m. in the Nintendo e-Shop.
By Wuzi_, Writing from igamesnews.com