Streaming at 7 AM PDT/3 PM BST, the event will see director Yoshitake Suzuki providing new information on gameplay and monsters.
Capcom has confirmed yet another news event for Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, slated to go live sometime in the month of May.
Capcom shares a new look at the Citadel, one of Sunbreak's new locales, as well as the monster Garangolm in action.
Monster Hunter Rise's upcoming expansions will introduce a couple of new characters in Sir Jae and Dame Luchika.
Watch the Ice Wolf Dragon use its powerful claws to rend foes. Master Rank armor for Goss Harag and Somnacanth has also been revealed.
Pre-purchasing nets layered armor sets for the Palamute and Palico. A digital pack with the base game and expansion for $70 is also confirmed.
Players will venture to the new Kingdom to help the Laboratory fight the Three Lords. New facilities, Wirebug techniques and more await.
The 20 minute long presentation will provide new details on the story, locales, monsters, new base and "unique characters."
Take advantage of stronger armor and weapons from the outset to clear the base game before Sunbreak's launch this Summer.
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Final Fantasy 16 remains in the top spot amidst plenty of shuffling in the top 10, with Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak coming in at #10.
Additionally, the Japanese company also discusses the upcoming anniversaries of Mega Man and Street Fighter.
Capcom says it'll have more news to share on Monster Hunter Rise's upcoming expansion soon, in spring of 2022.
Rondine the Trader plays a larger role this time around, battling against a new Fanged Wyvern. The expansion releases in Summer 2022.
Capcom also revealed that the name "Sunbreak" comes from "the game's story, such as the visual of the sun shining down on the world."
Monster Hunter Rise will be releasing for PC in January,, with the expansion, Sunbreak, launching simultaneously on both platforms in the Summer.
Malzeno is the latest Elder Dragon to join the game while "several" monsters from previous titles, like Shogun Ceanataur, are returning.
Capcom's Tokyo Game Show event on September 30 will focus on the recently revealed Monster Hunter Rise expansion.
Capcom promises a "massive amount of content" with the expansion with a new Quest Rank being confirmed along with new monsters and locales.
The expansion will introduce new monsters, brand new locales and new story quests with the latest trailer teasing a new dragon.