It’s worth pointing out that Yoko Taro is not currently involved with Monster Hunter Rise or Capcom, and this shouldn’t be taken as an announcement of any sort.
The canonical version of Monster Hunter Rise is immediately available on Nintendo Switch.
Bitter sacrifice, revenge, and leveraging the power of both background music and utter silence all play out to devastating effect in what could be called Yoko Taro’s Monster Hunter Rise.
We even learn the dark secret behind why the player hunter has more of a voice in Rise compared to other Monster Hunter entries.
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