Monster Hunter Rise players can claim Nintendo Switch goodies for free
Fans of Monster Hunter Rise can grab a free bonus that Capcom is now offering. Monster Hunter Rise first launched on March 26th and may well be the first major Monster Hunter release for the Switch. Although Monster Hunter Generations previously launched on the Nintendo Switch, this was an updated version of a 3DS title.
Monster Hunter Rise is a brand new game built for the Switch – and exclusive to the system.
See how Switch fans missed Monster Hunter World – and what Nintendo devices used to be like the place to play the Capcom series – Rise is a pretty big deal.
And the excitement for Monster Hunter Rise on the Switch has been demonstrated in the latest sales figures released by Capcom.
In its first week of sales, Monster Hunter Rise shipped more than five million copies worldwide – a huge number.
And to mark this sales milestone, Capcom has revealed that Monster Hunter Rise players can grab a number of free items.
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The Kamara Pack 1 Commercial Item Pack contains a variety of free items to aid players in their next quest in Rise.
The free item drop includes 30 Mega Potions, 20 Well-done Steaks, 10 Large Barrel Bombs, five Mega Demon Drugs, and five Mega Armorskins.
That’s plenty of free items that will help Rise players when they head out to battle their next monster.
The official Monster Hunter Twitter announced the release of the free items: “The numbers for the first week are out: #MHRise has shipped more than 5 million copies worldwide!
“As a token of our gratitude, we are releasing a commemorative item pack.
“Contact Senri the postman to claim your Kamura package 1.”
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Monster Hunter Rise players can pick up these free item rewards right now
Elsewhere, sales figures for Japan have underscored how successful the Monster Hunter Rise launch was.
The only two Switch games that had a better launch in the Land of the Rising Sun were heavy hitters Animal Crossing New Horizons and Pokemon Sword and Shield.
In its first week on sale in Japan, Monster Hunter Rise sold 1.3 million copies – making it the best-selling game in Japan for all of March 2021.
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