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Sunbreak appears for the first time.  How do I access the content from the expansion pack?

Sunbreak appears for the first time. How do I access the content from the expansion pack?

Tomorrow Capcom will invite all players to check out Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, but interested people have already started fighting monsters, so the developers decided to remind them how to access the new content.

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is a full and at the same time massive production expansion from 2021. Capcom once again developed a massive expansion, which, however, continues the game from its base, so you can’t count on accessing new content immediately after purchasing content. New – In the beginning you have to complete the main story and complete a number of previously available missions.

It takes about 20 hours to complete the story with Monster Hunter Rise, but as you know, this is just the beginning of the fun – Players must complete the Level 7 mission “The Serpent Goddess of Thunder” to find out what’s new in Sunbreak.

Then a new character will appear in the village who asserts that her city has been attacked and that the community needs help. After a short conversation, the head of the Minoto Center will have a new task: “the uninvited guest” – in this case, you must hunt down Daimyo Hermitaur.

However, it is important to remember that not only do you need to get to level 7 of the mission, but you also have to kill the monster. In the mission book, the mission is marked with an orange sword.

“Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak’s launch date has finally arrived! Those of you who have completed Quest 7 in the Serpent Goddess of Thunder in #MHRise can visit Kamura Village Gate after the release of #Sunbreak, to immediately dive into an exciting new story!”

Capcom also mentioned that in the new missions we’ll encounter “affected” monsters, and throughout the story we’ll find out what happened with the monsters and why they react differently.

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