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Monster Hunter Rise screenshots show Kamura Village, Shrine Ruins

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Capcom Monster Hunter Rise screenshots Kamura Village Shrine Ruins Nintendo Switch

Some new Monster Hunter Rise screenshots have surfaced on the game’s official Capcom website. These screens focus on Kamura Village and Shrine Ruins, two areas that players will become very familiar with as they play.

Capcom Monster Hunter Rise screenshots Kamura Village Shrine Ruins Nintendo Switch

Kamura Village

Kamura Village is know for its deposits of Tatara Steel and is where hunters operate. However, after 50 years, a calamity known as the Rampage is about to occur there again. Over the course of the game, players will become the best hunter in the land to save Kamura Village from the coming threat.

The village in these new Monster Hunter Rise screenshots looks like it’ll be the main hub for players in the game. It’s a lot more condensed than the hub in Monster Hunter World but seems to be on par with Yukumo Village of Monster Hunter 3 Portable.

Shrine Ruins

Capcom Monster Hunter Rise screenshots Kamura Village Shrine Ruins

The Shrine Ruins, meanwhile, are where people used to go to pray for protection. While it still maintains a holy aura, the area has since fallen into disrepair. Now monsters stalk every corner.

Capcom Monster Hunter Rise screenshots Kamura Village Shrine Ruins

The above path looks safe and inviting, but it could just as easily be the entrance to a monster’s lair. We’ll find out when Monster Hunter Rise comes to Nintendo Switch on March 26, 2021. Did you see that Capcom is building it with the RE Engine?

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Jamie Sharp
Started out playing Metroid 2 on the GameBoy at around 5 years-old, and now I write about games all day long. Can't play Switch and drive, I've tried. As time goes on the Switch is quickly becoming my favourite console of all time.

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