Monster Hunter Rise version 3.1 update launches June 24

New event quests and downloadable content.

Monster Hunter Rise version 3.1 update

The version 3.1 update for Monster Hunter Rise, which adds new event quests and downloadable content, will launch on June 24, Capcom announced.

The game’s first Capcom collaboration—the “Tsukino” Palico layered armor from Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin—will launch a few days earlier on June 18.

Additionally, when Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin launches on July 9, Monster Hunter Rise players can use save data from the game to get the “Rider” hunter layered armor set.

Here is the full current roadmap of the game’s upcoming content updates:

June 18

  • Capcom Collaboration 1: Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin
  • Event Quest Reward: “Tsukino” Palico layered rrmor

June 24

  • Version 3.1
    • Downloadable content
    • Event quests

July 9

  • Use save data from Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin to get the “Rider” hunter layered armor set.

End of July

  • Version 3.2
    • Capcom Collaboration #2
    • Downloadable Content
    • Event Quests

August

  • Version 3.3
    • Capcom Collaboration #3
    • Downloadable Content
    • Event Quests

Monster Hunter Rise is available now for Switch and due out for PC in early 2022.

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