Monster Hunter Rise Will Let You Ride Monsters

Monster Hunter Rise Will Let You Ride Monsters
A Monster Hunter Rise digital event revealed a lot of new gameplay details – not least the fact that you can now ride unsuspecting monsters.The new Wyvern Riding feature uses the new Wirebug item, and an unlockable ability, to let you ride and control monsters, even letting you organise fights between monsters in the process. It looks, quite frankly, brilliant.

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Other new content included a new area, the Frost Islands, and the presentation detailed a number of new and returning monsters, including the Oni-like, ice blade wielding Goss Harag, as well as Barioth, Khezu, Great Baggi, Lagombi, Tigrex.

We also learned more about the previously revealed Mizutsune – which can create movement-hindering bubbles – and flagship monster Magnamalo, an armoured beast that attacks with claws, tail, and hellfire-like gas.The show also showed off the game’s key characters – village leader Fugen, singing twins Minoto and Hinoa, tea shop owner Yomogi, guildmaster Hojo, hunting leader Master Utsushi, and buddy handler Iori, who helps you with your Palamutes and Palicos. Outside of the village, Kogarashi is the chief of the local Felyne Meowcenaries, and Rondine is a travelling trader.

Monster Hunter Rise gets a demo later today, featuring two tutorial quests and two hunting quests. The game will be released on March 26.
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