Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak Update Risen Kushala Daora

Just a few hours ago, Capcom hosted the newest Monster Hunter Digital Event, which focused almost entirely on the Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak expansion and its upcoming Title Update 3. This new update will introduce an assortment of new features for hunters to enjoy and experiment with, such as the ability to take Followers to both Master Rank and Anomaly Research quests. But of course, the real stars of the show will come in the form of three new monsters to battle and gather parts from.

Before you get too excited, all three of the update’s monsters serve as new variants of preexisting foes already featured in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. But with brand-new explosive attacks in their respective arsenals, players should find plenty of challenge in these variants.

Two of them, Risen Kushala Daora and Risen Teostra, infuse the iconic Elder Dragons with an enhanced angered state that will easily wipe out hunters unprepared to deal with it. Players will need to reach Master Rank 120 before they can tackle Risen Kushala Daora, whereas confronting Risen Teostra will require attaining MR140.

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak Title Update 3 brings more monsters to hunt

The third variant, Chaotic Gore Magala, originally hailed from Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. Easily the most hyped of the new monsters in the Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak update, his version of the beloved fourth-generation monster results when it fails to fully transition from its base Gore Magala form to the almighty Shagaru Magala. Stuck between the two forms, the Chaotic Gore Magala can utilize attacks from both, making for a truly formidable foe despite its state of agony.

In addition to these monsters, Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak‘s third title update will introduce new paid DLC in the form of new layered weapons that are essentially plushies modeled after various monsters. Whether or not you want these stuffed weapons for a bit of dumb fun, the title update will become available to play on November 24.

Daniel Pinheiro
Daniel is a games journalist who is deeply passionate about the medium and the impact it can have on our lives. He is open to all kinds of genres, but has a particular affinity for platformers and beat 'em ups. He also helped back the Kickstarter for The Wonderful 101: Remastered.

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