Monster Hunter Rise Celebrates Over 5 Million Units Shipped with Free Commemorative Item Pack

Monster Hunter Rise Celebrates Over 5 Million Units Shipped with Free Commemorative Item Pack

Capcom have announced Monster Hunter Rise has reached over 5 million units sold worldwide and celebrating the news with rewarding players with a free commemorative item pack of consumables.

Monster Hunter Rise Celebrates Over 5 Million Units Shipped with Free Commemorative Item Pack

Monster Hunter Rise is rewarding players with a free in-game item pack that contains some useful consumables to celebrate the milestone reached for its opening week. Capcom have announced the pack called The Kamura Pack 1: Big Hit Celebration on their official Twitter account that comes with 30 Mega Potions, 20 Well-done Steaks, 10 Large Barrel Bombs, 5 Mega Demondrugs, and 5 Mega Armorskins. This useful pack is great for those starting out and consumables such as Mega Potions do take time to craft and farm items, so hopefully it should save you time in doing so.

In order to claim these goodies head to the Palico called Senri the Mailman who is situated in the center of Kamura village, not too far from Fugen. The Kumara Pack 1 will be under downloadable content.

Giving free packs of items is similar to what Capcom did with Monster Hunter World, so hopefully we can expect more in the months ahead, and more milestones to come for the latest entry in the Monster Hunter series. It’s not too long ago that Capcom had reported surpassing 4 million in shipments and digital sales, so it seems sales are going strong for Rise.

Capcom have already announced the first title update which will arrive at the end of April, bring with it Apex Rathalos, the Elder Dragon Chameleos, plus a variety of monsters. The update will also be unlocking the HR cap which currently maxes out at HR7. There are also more “related features” coming which are currently unknown.

Monster Hunter Rise is currently available on the Nintendo Switch, and will be releasing on PC in 2022.


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