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Monster Hunter Rise's monsters list leaked online

Published: 08:37, 30 November 2020
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Monster Hunter Rise

The monsters from Monster Hunter Rise, one of the most anticipated games coming to Switch next year, have leaked online, after the miner has dug up the info from the Capcom Leak that happened a couple of weeks ago.

Monster Hunter miner AsteriskAmpersand has dug up some interesting information about the upcoming Monster Hunter Rise game for the Nintendo Switch. It is a list of some new monsters that will appear in the game, along with some already known names. 

Capcom Leak, which happened a couple of weeks ago, is still used for this type of information retrieval, and the names you see in the list below are extracted from the marketing schedule for videos that have already been released or are yet to be published.

  • Mizutsune (was apparently supposed to be revealed in November)
  • Lagombi
  • Khezu
  • Barioth
  • Kulu Ya-Ku
  • Tigrex
  • Rathalos
  • Anjanath
  • Barroth
  • Rajang
  • Chameleos
  • Valstrax
  • Yorogumo (new monster)
  • A “weasel” (new monster)
  • “Namahage bear” (new monster)

The Switch-exclusive was announced at this year's Tokyo Game Show, which was online-only like so many of the events this year, for known reasons, and it's scheduled to release March 26, 2021.

CAPCOM Monster Hunter: Rise (Nintendo Switch screenshot) Monster Hunter: Rise (Nintendo Switch)

The Monster Hunter Rise announcement stole the show, and many believe that it will be one of the best games for Nintendo Switch when it launches. The game is using Capcom's RE Engine, and it looks gorgeous. Everything shown in the trailer was running on Switch, and all indications are that another big hit for the Switch is on the horizon.

One other interesting piece of information also found on the mentioned user's Twitter points that Monster Hunter players have spent a lot of money on the game's DLC, with PlayStation 4 players spending more than $8M, versus $500k spent by players on the PC platform.

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