Fans of Monster Hunter will be delighted to know that their favourite game will not be "engraved" onto Nintendo Switch handheld gaming console. Dubbed the Nintendo Switch Monster Hunter Rise Special Edition, this latest collaboration between the game and Nintendo will see the popular game console being adorned with iconic graphics from the game which is scheduled to be released on the 26th of March 2021.
A few days ago, Nintendo of Europe Twitter account has officially unveiled this good news to fans worldwide. Behold: The Nintendo Switch Monster Hunter Rise Special Edition will be released in a bundle (as expected). On top of that good-looking Nintendo Switch, those who purchase this limited edition bundle will also be getting an exclusive code for the Deluxe Edition of Monster Rise. This is a must-have bundle for players of the game for sure! You can also purchase a similarly-themed Pro Controller to enjoy it while playing the game.
Magnamalo and Kimura Village-Themed Prints
Pro Controller Monster Hunter Rise Special Edition Is Available Too
A lot of fans have also lavished praises for this Nintendo Switch Monster Hunter Rise Special Edition which they claim is very drop-dead gorgeous. The back of the Nintendo Switch is graced with graphic prints of Kamura Village. The Joy-cons also feature beautiful Kimura Village-themed graphics and you will immediately notice the intricate details around the analogue sticks. Fans will be wagging their tongue at the sight of Magnamalo being featured on the dock. Of course, this iconic Magnamalo which is the boss monster of the game will be gracing the Pro Controller as well.
Watch Monster Hunter Rise Trailer
Do note that this Nintendo Switch Monster Hunter Rise Special Edition will be available on the same day when the game is released officially-26th of March 2021. If you want to elevate your game-playing while hunting for monsters, make sure to grab this exclusive bundle that will come with a price tag of RM1,499. As for the special edition Pro Controller of Monster Hunter Rise, it will be priced at RM299. For more information, head over to Nintendo of Europe's official tweet.