At the Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak digital event, the Ur-Malzeno was introduced as a bonus monster.
During today’s Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak Developer Roundtable, Monster Hunter Series Producer, Ryozo Tsujimoto, and Sunbreak Director, Yoshitake Suzuki, shared a closer look at the free bonus update coming June 8, 2023 to Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is out, and together with Monster Hunter Rise Director, Yasunori Ichinose, we look back on the past two years of Rise’s development.
The free bonus update includes the final monster in the major expansion, the Ur-Malzeno, a variety of armor upgrade and decoration changes, and challenging new event quests that will be released through July 27th.
It was also announced that all title update 4, 5 and free bonus update content will be released as one bundle for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows, PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 on August 24th, 2023.
Originally, the story of Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak was supposed to end with the culmination of the battle of Kamura’s forces against Amatsu in Free Title Update 5. The free bonus update now completes the ancient relationship between the dragon elder Malzeno and the kingdom.
At Master Rank 10, the Ur-Malzeno presents Hunters with new wild attacks and moves to contend with, and offers the victorious Hunters parts for a unique new armor set and weapons.
After the start of the free bonus update on June 8th, event quests with greater challenges and even more exciting rewards will be released until July 27th. While no new paid DLC will be released with the free bonus update, existing DLC will be bundled into new theme sets at affordable prices.
Hunters on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 4 will be able to experience all content from Title Updates 4, 5, and the Bonus Update starting August 24, 2023.
The conclusion of the last Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak Digital Event was a developer roundtable that discussed almost two years of Monster Hunter Rise and the Sunbreak expansion.
Tsujimoto and Suzuki, along with Rise director Yasunori Ichinose, spoke on a variety of topics. Among other things, how the community’s feedback has impacted the development team, their favorite characters, and thanks to the fans who have inspired them to constantly strive for new and exciting Monster Hunter experiences. As Monster Hunter celebrates its 20th anniversary next year, the trio are looking forward to the series’ bright future.
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