Posted January 8, 2021 by Dian Raval in Gaming



MONSTER HUNTER RISE DEMO is available to download now on the Nintendo eShop!

The demo features four quests that cover the basics as well as actual hunts. You’ll also have access to 14 weapon types and will be able to team up with up to three other players from around the world. Completing the demo will earn you an item pack in the main game when it comes out.

The 3rd Trailer and two tutorial videos are now live on CAPCOM Asia YouTube Channel:


Here are some things to note regarding the Demo:

  • The quests for Great Izuchi and Mizutsune can only be played a total of 30 times.
    Once you’ve reached this limit, all 4 quests, including the Basic Training Quest and the Wyvern Riding Training Quest, will no longer be available.
  • The demo is available with the following limitations:
    Single Player and Local Multiplayer: Until the remaining number of quests hits 0.
    Online Multiplayer: Until the MONSTER HUNTER RISE DEMO can no longer be downloaded.
  • In order to use Online Multiplayer, a Nintendo Switch Online membership is required.
  • The contents of the main game may differ from the demo.
  • Availability of this demo may be changed or terminated at any time without prior notice for any


Wyvern Riding!

Wyvern Riding is a new feature that lets you bind monsters so you can control them.

Normally, monsters are your biggest enemy, but you can turn them into your greatest ally if you’re smart!

●Try to mount a monster by landing specific attacks or luring it into a fight with another monster!
●Control raging monsters and perform lots of wild actions!
●While Wyvern Riding, your Wyvern Riding Gauge will fill up as you attack other monsters. Once it’s full, you can use a Mounted Punisher.

Wyvern Riding is among the skills you can try and practice on the MONSTER HUNTER RISE DEMO through the Wyvern Riding Training Quest.

Dian Raval

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