Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak – Footage and Monster Showcase videos

On June 30th, Capcom will release a massive expansion for Monster Hunter Rise, called Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. It brings quite a lot of brand new content to the game, such as new monsters, new locales, a new base, new and improved hunting actions, and more.

In the weeks/months leading to its release, Capcom are going to share various video clips for the expansion. And on this page, you will find videos compiling all the video clips shared by Capcom in one place. It will be updated regularly, as new footage is shared, so keep checking back!

Here’s the videos available as of writing:

  • Footage (June 29th)
  • Footage (June 18th)
  • Footage (Seregios)
  • Footage (Lunagaron)
  • Footage (June 9th)
  • Footage (May 31st)
  • Footage (May 17th)
  • Footage (May 10th)
  • Footage (April 25th)
  • Footage (April 5th)
  • Footage (March 29th)
  • Footage (Early purchase bonus, amiibo, Deluxe Kit) [more details]

NB: videos are listed from most recent to least recent!

But that’s not all! Capcom have also begun sharing videos showcasing some of the monsters found in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak.

Here’s those available as of writing:

  • Astalos, the Electric Wyvern

NB: videos are listed from most recent to least recent!

About Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak

Introducing Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak!

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is an expansion to the original Monster Hunter Rise. Featuring improved gameplay and nimble-feeling additions to combat mechanics, unique new monsters and hunting locales, and a new difficulty level in the form of Master Rank quests. As the hunter who saved Kamura from calamity, you must now journey to the far-off reaches of Elgado, an outpost near a Kingdom beset by a sinister new nemesis—the elder dragon Malzeno!

The Hunt Begins in a Far-off Land… Kamura Village is finally at peace, having fought off an onslaught of monsters attacks known as the Rampage. That hard-earned peace is disrupted by the unexpected appearance of the wolf-like monster Lunagaron in the Shrine Ruins. In the Shrine Ruins, the hunter meets Fiorayne, a knight of the Royal Order. Fiorayne asks for the hunter’s help in investigating why monsters from the Kingdom are becoming violently aggressive and invading other territories, including Kamura. United in mission, they set off for the far-off outpost of Elgado.

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak (Switch) comes out on June 30th worldwide.

Source: Capcom


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