This is a guide on All Trailers and Pre-Release Videos about Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise). Read on to know confirmed information and everything we know so far!
List of Contents
The videos are arranged from Most Recent to Oldest.
Confirmed monsters were announced like Violet Mizutsune, Flaming Espinas, and Risen Chameleos, as well as new Anomaly Quests, Anomaly Investigation Levels, new weekly event quests, Paid DLCs together with layered weapons, and more.
Some of Flaming Espinas' fiery attacks can be seen in this video!
Flaming Espinas: Weakness and Armor
This trailer revealed new monsters like Seething Bazelguese, Gold Rathian, Silver Rathalos, and Lucent Nargacuga, as well as new afflicted monsters, paid DLCs, and more!
Free Title Update 1
Release Date and Monsters
This video gives us a sneak peak on Lucent Nargacuga's moves!
Lucent Nargacuga: Weakness and Drops
Sunbreak is finally coming to Monster Hunter Rise on the Switch and Steam! Sneak a peak at what challenges await you at Elgado, and the new people and monsters you'll be meeting with the video above!
The video also showcased a roadmap for future updates from 2022 to 2023!
Free Title Updates & Roadmap
They showcased Garangolm's moves in this video!
This video showed us the new locale we will be hunting monsters in for Sunbreak, as well as some of its inhabitants!
CAPCOM, during the March 2022 Digital Event, revealed new monsters coming to the Sunbreak expansion and introduced the Three Lords (Malzeno, Lunagaron, and Garangolm). They also revealed Astalos returning to the franchise and the new Blood Orange Bishaten.
This video gives us a look into filters, another new feature that will be introduced on the PC version. Whether it will be on the Switch as well remains to be seen.
The Game Awards 2021 featured another teaser for Sunbreak, featuring the icy version of Odogaron, Lunagaron! They also revealed the second base of operations, much like World's Seliana: Elgado.
New Sonic-themed layered armor for the entire team is coming to Monster Hunter Rise on November 26, 2021, as rewards for the event quests brought about the Sonic collab between Sega and CAPCOM!
Shogun Ceanataur is revealed to come back for Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak! Now we're wondering if Daimyo Hermitaur will also make a comeback....
Monster Hunter Rise is finally coming to PC on January 12, 2022! This trailer provides the release dates on both the full game and the PC demo, as well as the features you can expect from the PC version.
CAPCOM teased us with its sudden announcement of the expansion and it is called Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak! No details are available on what is in store for us yet. But they did reveal that the expansion is set to be released this Summer of 2022.
CAPCOM welcomed Halloween with a collaboration with the spooky franchise, Ghosts 'n Goblins! You can dress up as Arthur from the series and have your throwing kunais turn into lances, much like in the Ghosts 'n Goblins game!
Transform your Palamute into a cute cyborg dog from Megaman 11 in this fourth CAPCOM collab!
Turn your hunter into Akuma from Street Fighter as this update brings us the third CAPCOM Collab.
This update brings the second CAPCOM collab and it's with Okami, another title from CAPCOM. Finishing the event quest lets you forge the layered armor Ammy Costume. We will still recieve weekly event quests until the next update!
This update brings the first CAPCOM collab that will let your Pallico be Tsukino from Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin. Along with this update are new paid DLCs and several new weekly event quests.
CAPCOM announced a new monster called Crimson Glow Valstrax together with the reveal of several apex monsters such as Apex Zinogre, Apex Rathalos, and Apex Diablos! In line with this is the reveal of the new ending for the base game!
For the first title update, CAPCOM announced the introduction of a trio of Elder Dragons in Chameleos, Teostra, and Kushala Daora as well as the introduction of two new Apex Monsters in Apex Rathalos and Apex Diablos. Old Apex Monsters are also revealed to be huntable in their own solo quests!
This video was released on March 26, 2021. The video accompanied the release of Monster Hunter Rise for the Nintendo Switch only. This also teased the arrival of Apex Rathalos!
Featured in this video is the teaser for Demo 2 where you get a shot at trying to defeat Magnamalo! With a total hunt time of 15 minutes, clearing the Magnamalo demo is an impressive feat.
A cute short video about your home in Kamura Village!
A preview where the Goss Harag and the Charge Blade are given a special focus!
Some useful tips for Hunters in training are shown by Master Utsushi!
A large drop of info that focuses on the different aspects that affect gameplay such as multiplayer, monsters, and more!
In this video, the Hunter Home, Multiplayer, and Photo Mode are given an emphasis.
This video is more of a highlight clip from the live wherein it showcases the Rampage and all of its details.
Director Q & A goes in-depth with the development of Monster Hunter Rise, as well as some favorites and facts regarding the director itself.
This particular Digital Event showcased a lot of new content such as an in-depth look at the Rampage,Multiplayer, and Photo Mode among other things.
The Kamura's Hope Trailer expands upon the campaign of the game as well as featuring the Chameleos at the end of the trailer!
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.
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!
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!
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
On March 11th 2021, a second version of the demo was released. The 2dn demo had the same features as the first but with a new addition of the very difficult Magnamalo fight!
Capcom released a demo on October 13, 2021, two months before the PC release date! This demo showcases a ton of graphical improvements from the Switch version, such as 4K resolution, high framerates, better textures, and more.
Release Date for Playstation and Xbox
MH Rise Release Date for Playstation and Xbox, game editions, and more!
Title Update 3 Information
All the new stuff in Sunbreak's Free Title Update 3!
Update Version 13.0 Patch Notes
All the patch notes for Title Update 3 of Sunbreak! Includes new monsters, features, and more!
November 16 Digital Event
All will be revealed about Free Title Update 3 in this Digital Event!
Plush Layered Weapons
Check out all the layered weapons in the Stuffed Monster series DLC!
Compiling Shaders Fix
Stuck at the compiling shaders screen? Take a look at some possible fixes!
How to Download Sunbreak and Filesize
Learn every step to get playing the new Sunbreak DLC as soon as possible!
Everything You Need To Know About Sunbreak
Learn about all the new features introduced in Sunbreak!
Weapon Changes and Predictions
Learn about the best weapon changes in Sunbreak and our predictions for the expansion's balance updates!
How to Preload
Learn more about available preload information for Sunbreak!
Sunbreak Pro Controller
Learn more about the special Sunbreak Pro Controller here!
All the available Sunbreak Amiibo information found here!
Sunbreak Game Editions
What are the different editions of Sunbreak and what's included in each of them?
Release Date and Time
Learn more about the release date and times of Sunbreak for both the Switch and PC!
Digital Events and Livestreams
What we learned from each event
Update Roadmap and Schedule
All future updates to the game
Every patch note per update
|News and Info|
|Switch Release Time and Release Date||All Game Editions and Bonuses|
|Preorder Bonuses||Available Platforms|
|Switch Demo 2 Release Time and Release Date||Switch Demo Review|
|All MH Rise Amiibo and Unlockable Rewards||G Rank, Master Rank, and Expansions|
|How to Download the Game||All Trailers and Pre-Release Videos|
|List of DLC and Prices||Switch Lite Compatibility|
|Best Controllers to Use||Switch and Pro Controller Bundle|
|Can You Use Voice Chat?||Official Guidebook Details|
|MH Rise vs World:
|Free Rewards: How to Get Free Gifts|
|How to Download Updates||How to Fix Failed to Save Error|
|PC Release Date and Features||Best PC Graphic Settings|
|Cross-Play and Cross-Save||PC vs Switch: Which is Better?|
|How to Transfer Save File||--|
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