Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak expansion pack coming in 2022!!!

As many people know Capcom’s Monster Hunter Rise has been highly successful since its initial release back in March 2021 for the Nintendo Switch. Not only has Monster Hunter Rise managed to become one of the most popular action role-playing games for the Switch console; but it also managed to reach at least 7.5 million in worldwide sales. Despite, not selling quite as much as the ‘18 Monster Hunter: World game for the PS4 which sold over 17 million copies worldwide; the Rise game for the Switch is considered to be a fan favorite amongst gamers who are Switch owners. In fact, Monster Hunter: Rose is so popular that Capcom plan on providing players with a new expansion pack in 2022. The Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak expansion expected to appear for the Nintendo Switch sometime in Summer 2022 on a date that has yet to be revealed. As it currently stands there is not too many details regarding the Sunbreak expansion pack. However, the trailer for Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak had Castlevania & Bloodborne vibes to them. Unfortunately, Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak will not have cross-play or cross-save between the PC and Switch versions of the game. The PC version of Monster Hunter Rise is expected to be released on January 12th next year; but players will not unable to transfer data from the Switch port of game to the PC version. But since more people in today’s generation are PC gamers than ever before Monster Hunter Rise will definitely gain more exposure to a larger audience outside of Switch owners. This upcoming year is going to be big for Monster Hunter Rise. Even though, sales for Monster Hunter Rise is very likely to increase significantly it’s unlikely it will end up ultimately surpassing Monster Hunter: World for the PS4.

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