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This is a guide on All Trailers and Pre-Release Videos about Monster Hunter Rise (MHRise) for the Nintendo Switch. Read on to know confirmed information and everything we know so far!

All Trailers Released So Far

Monster Hunter Rise - Announcement Trailer

For the first-ever trailer of Monster Hunter Rise, they showcased the teased dog companion almost immediately. The dog companion or palamute made waves on Twitter when it was initially announced, garnering adoration from fans almost immediately. The BGM they used for the video is the familiar Monster Hunter Theme Song which pulls the nostalgia strings of long-time fans.

They also showed us new monsters which were the Aknosom, Tetranodon, Great Izuchi, and the flagship Magnamalo.

Monster Hunter Direct - 9.17.2020

The Monster Hunter Direct dropped on the same day as the announcement trailer. They showcased more of the starting area which is the Shrine Ruins that takes not of the word Rise in the game title. They titled the game Monster Hunter Rise out of the fact that they wanted to focus on vertical environments and boosted mobility. They also confirmed that you can have both the Palico and Palamute on quests.

They also briefly discuss limited details about the newer monsters which gave us an idea of how they'll behave. Added to this is a brief introduction to Kamura Village and its purpose of acting as a gathering hub and base for hunters.

Monster Hunter Rise - TGS 2020 Online Trailer

The TGS 2020 Online Trailer is similar to the announcement trailer that the official Monster Hunter Youtube channel dropped. With this trailer, it is further solidified that the hunters get their own voice lines. A big change compared to previous Monster Hunter games where the hunter is merely a silent protagonist.

Monster Hunter Rise - Great Sword Gameplay Trailer

The Great Sword Gameplay Trailer dropped a month after the TGS 2020 online trailer. This video gave us an early look at what hunting in Monster Hunter Rise is going to be like. It showed us a glimpse of what endemic life has to offer such as the permabuffs from Spiribirds and the extra Wirebugs you can collect in the wild.

Also in this video, they gave us more details about the Aksonom as well as integrating Wirebug actions when in combat called Silkbind Attacks.

Monster Hunter Rise - The Game Awards 2020 Trailer

The Game Awards 2020 Trailer unpacked a lot of new information about Monster Hunter Rise. We were able to take a quick glimpse of Kamura village as well as its stores while being serenaded by Hinoa. It also featured a flooded locale called the Flooded Forest which was making a comeback from previous games as well as some returning monsters.

The Rampage was emphasized in this trailer, with the latter portion of it discussing the defenses of Kamura Village against the infamous event.

Monster Hunter Rise - Wyvern Riding Trailer

In this trailer, they showcased a new map, a new monster, returning monsters, and a new way of riding monsters. Accompanied by the new reveal of a snowy locale called the Frost Islands is a new monster called the Goss Harag. Meanwhile, the confirmed returning monsters are the Great Baggi, Lagombi, Khezu, and the Tigrex.

With the use of endemic life, you can now control large monsters and use them for battle. You can also catch a glimpse of messing with Turf Wars by taking control of one of the fighting monsters.

Monster Hunter Rise: Hunting 101 – Wyvern Riding

The Hunting 101 - Wyvern Riding video gave us a lot of information about the earlier teased riding and controlling monsters. An in-depth explanation was made on how to put a monster into a mountable state and how to control them.

You can read a more detailed explanation by clicking an article we made with the button link below!

Wyvern Riding | How to Mount and Ride Monsters

Monster Hunter Rise: Hunting 101 – Wirebug

Similar to the Wyvern Riding video, the Wirebug video gave an in-depth explanation of how to use, where to use, and when to use Wirebugs. As well as some specific controls for actions you want to achieve.

If you want to read a comprehensive guide on it, feel free to click the button link below and learn more!

How to Use Wirebugs

Monster Hunter Digital Event – January 2021

This video is undoubtedly the biggest content drop regarding Monster Hunter Rise. A wealth of information has been released such as confirming new monsters, returning monsters, new non-playable characters, and an explanation of the Frost Islands.

We go more in-depth about it in the button linked article below!

January 7th - Live Coverage and Everything We Know

Monster Hunter Rise Record of Videos

The official Capcom website for Monster Hunter Rise keeps a record of videos that they post from Twitter! Similar to an archive or online library where you can view short miscellaneous clips.

Record of Videos

Pre-release Weapon Videos

Throughout the entire month of December 2020, the official Monster Hunter YouTube channel posted multiple weapon videos. Each weapon video previewed two new moves called Silkbind Attacks which are attacks done in combination with the Wirebug.

Monster Hunter Rise - Bow

Bow Controls and New Moves

Monster Hunter Rise - Dual Blades

Dual Blades Controls and New Moves

Monster Hunter Rise - Long Sword

Long Sword Controls and New Moves

Monster Hunter Rise - Lance

Lance Controls and New Moves

Monster Hunter Rise - Heavy Bowgun

Heavy Bowgun Controls and New Moves

Monster Hunter Rise - Light Bowgun

Light Bowgun Controls and New Moves

Monster Hunter Rise - Hammer

Hammer Controls and New Moves

Monster Hunter Rise - Sword & Shield

Sword and Shield Controls and New Moves

Monster Hunter Rise - Gunlance

Gunlance Controls and New Moves

Monster Hunter Rise - Insect Glaive

Insect Glaive Controls and New Moves

Monster Hunter Rise - Great Sword

Great Sword Controls and New Moves

Monster Hunter Rise - Switch Axe

Switch Axe Controls and New Moves

Monster Hunter Rise - Hunting Horn

Hunting Horn Controls and New Moves

Monster Hunter Rise - Charge Blade

Charge Blade Controls and New Moves

All Demos Released So Far

Playable Demo

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A playable demo was released on January 8th, 2021 which covered four quests to choose from. The Demo showcased two training quests that you can do an infinite amount of times. The two other quests are Slay a monster quest that you can do for limited tries.

Demo Guide and Features | Monster Hunter Rise

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