Nintendo Switch: Monster Hunter Rise is free for one week!

Nintendo Switch Online subscribers can try Monster Hunter Rise free for one week, from March 11-17. You can play the full game and even participate in online quests with other players.

Nintendo and Capcom offer you play Monster Hunter Rise free for a week. The game will be free to download from March 11 to 17 included. The only requirement is that you must be a Nintendo Switch Online subscriber. A similar offer was offered to players in January with Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, but it was only available on the US eShop. This time, you can download Monster Hunter Rise for free from the French eShop.

monster hunter riseMonster Hunter Rise – Credit: Capcom

Nintendo Switch Online is a paid service for play multiplayer and copy your data to the cloud. You also have access to a library of NES and Super NES games. Nintendo Switch Online membership costs €19.99 per year. The new Additional Pack to which you can subscribe in addition to your subscription gives you access to a selection of N64 and Mega Drive games. Nintendo has also just implemented a new system of missions and rewards for subscribers.

Busy week for Monster Hunter Rise with Sunbreak free trial and preview

With the Nintendo Switch Online trial offer, you can play the entirety of Monster Hunter Rise, or at least what you will have time to do in a week. The content is actually not limited. You can also do online quests with other players. Of course, your progress will carry over if you decide to purchase the game.

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With tons of quests, memorable hunts, and truly epic monster battles, there’s never been a better time to get started!

Play the full version of #MHRise for free on #NintendoSwitch

Free trial March 11-17, 2022

— Capcom France (@capcom_france) March 8, 2022

Released in March 2021 on Nintendo Switch and ported to PC in January 2022, Monster Hunter Rise is the latest installment in the famous Japanese franchise. As the name suggests, you play as a monster hunter. He must protect his village by completing different types of quests to progress. In addition to hunting quests where you must finish more or less powerful monsters, you also have capture quests where you have to trap them and put them to sleep as well as gathering quests. These are used to harvest fish, mushrooms, minerals, etc.

Finally, Capcom also announced the Monster Hunter Digital Event. This one will be broadcast live on March 15 at 3 p.m., French time. The long-awaited event for fans of the franchise will officially present Monster Hunter Rise’s new expansion called Sunbreak slated for release this summer.

Source: CNET

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