May 26, 2021 4:24 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Capcom’s Monster Hunter May Digital Event was streamed earlier today and covered updates on both Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2 Wings of RuinIn the case of Monster Hunter Rise, The May Digital Event presentation focused on the big 3.0 update coming to the game on May 27th, 2021.

For Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, the new story trailer was shown and more details were shared on the game including transferring skills between Monsties through the art of channeling. Players can find eggs in Monster dens and can hatch them to add the Monstie to their team. You can pass genes from one Monstie to another to give them skills that they wouldn’t normally possess. By transferring genes, you can combine them to make some very unique monsters from other players.

The Monster Hunter Rise 3.0 update introduces new yet familiar Monsters with Crimson Glow Valstrax and Apex Zinogre. The Crimson Glow Valstrax is a variant of the Monster Hunter Generations Flagship monster. Apex Zinogre is a stronger variant of Zinogre and will appear in Rampage quests and standard quests. With these new monsters come new armor and weapon trees to forge powerful weapons based on each monster.

Monster Hunter May Digital Event

On top of the Monster Hunter Rise 3.0 update, even more additional content is planned for the game. More Paid DLC will be available come May 27 following the release of the 3.0 update and more additional content is on the way. This includes some special “Capcom Collab” events that will add new character skins to the game. One such event is planned for mid-June with more planned in the coming months.

Monster Hunter May Digital Event

If you would like to get more specific details of the Monster Hunter May Digital Event, you can watch the presentation in the embedded video below.

 

Source: Monster Hunter ( YouTube)

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