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Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is getting its personal Nintendo Switch Pro Controller

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Capcom’s Monster Hunter Rise digital occasion was all concerning the Sunbreak growth. While it’s simple for followers to get caught up in all the brand new content material, they may have missed one other announcement. Namely, the growth is getting its personal Pro Controller.

Shown off on the Nintendo UK Twitter account, the black-and-silver controller options Malzeno, the Elder Dragon that we briefly noticed in motion throughout the digital occasion. There’s additionally a small splash design in a special shade of black across the face buttons. Like different particular version Pro Controllers on Nintendo Switch, it doesn’t have further performance, nevertheless it does look fairly sharp. No pricing has been introduced, however earlier Pro Controllers with particular designs bought for $75 / £70.

As for the Sunbreak growth, that’s coming to Monster Hunter Rise on each Switch and PC on June 30. It’s about 13 GB in measurement, which is fairly honest when you think about how a lot content material it’s truly including to the game. In addition to the aforementioned Malzeno, Sunbreak will add new monster variants and returning hunts from earlier video games, together with the flexibility to modify your weapon abilities throughout missions as a substitute of locking it in from the beginning. This will work in the midst of a battle too.

A brand new Follower system can be being launched with Sunbreak. Available solely in single-player, Followers are NPCs that may act independently throughout a hunt, tossing you objects and setting traps. Since they’re solely out there whilst you play solo, you may deliver them alongside along with your Palamute or Palico companion.