Their Tokyo Game Show event will focus on Monster Hunter Rise and the Sunbreak expansion, as well as Stories 2.
Next week begins Tokyo Game Show 2021, the new edition of the most important video game fair in Asia. And with this, the companies finalize all the details for their various conferences and events. Companies like Capcom, that after announcing to the world the new expansion of Monster Hunter Rise, they can finally speak freely about its contents for the fair. Because, indeed, the Capcom conference will focus only on Monster Hunter.
This is confirmed by the Japanese company, who have updated the information of their event in the official calendar of the Tokyo Game Show 2021. Specifically, Capcom’s presentation will be a ‘Monster Hunter Spotlight’ focused on the last installments of the saga. This is, in Monster Hunter Rise and in the most recent Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin. Although, obviously, the highlight will be the expansion Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak that will add the Master Rank to the game along with new content.
Something that we already saw with Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, so it seems clear that the Capcom saga will follow this format of expansions from now on instead of releasing reviews of their deliveries. The fact is that Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak will be available in the summer of 2022, and those who want to know all the news of this expansion in detail, they have an appointment with the Capcom conference on Thursday September 30 at 3:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time), in less than a week.
While it is always possible that there will be some more surprises at the event, Capcom makes it quite clear that will focus primarily on Monster HunterSo don’t expect news about games like Pragmata or the Resident Evil 8 DLC. Tokyo Game Show 2021 will be held between September 30 and October 3. A fair that will feature a 50-minute Square Enix event and a joint SEGA and Atlus conference, in which we will meet their new fantasy JRPG for mobiles. Of course, you can follow all the news in 3DJuegos.
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