Monster Hunter Rise is releasing in a few months on Nintendo Switch, but it seems like fans of the series will be able to get a taste of the experience before the game officially launches.
Earlier this month, Capcom has been hit by a customized ransomware attack, resulting in confidential information getting into the hand of people outside of the company. According to this information, Monster Hunter Rise is getting two playable demos, one in January and one in March. Additionally, the game is also releasing on PC later in 2021.
Other relevant information for Nintendo Switch owners includes a new Ace Attorney collection that includes the original trilogy and the two Nintendo 3DS Great Ace Attorney games. The latter games have never been localized, so there’s the chance that this collection will stay exclusive to Japan.
Over the past few days, Capcom shared new Monster Hunter Rise footage, showcasing the Palamute companion, the Great Sword weapon and more. The game is shaping up to be a worthy entry in the series, so make sure to check out the new footage if you haven’t already: you will not be disappointed.
Monster Hunter Rise launches on Nintendo on March 26.