Monster Hunter Stories 2 Gets Free Content Update
Not so far ago, a new Capcom and Marvelous game has seen the world. Monster Hunter Stories 2: The Wings of Ruin is now available on Nintendo and Microsoft Windows. The game has just been launched, so it’s quite possible that it may appear on other platforms. Fans of the original Monster Hunter Stories that appeared five years ago were happy to see a new version of the game with exciting gameplay and unique characters.
The developers continue to add diverse updates, and two of them are planned for September. Monster Hunter Stories 2: The Wings of Ruin has already got new monsters. There are three of them: Soulseer Mizutsune, Elderfrost Gammoth, and Oroshi Kirin. It’s quite a fabulous pack that increases gameplay a lot. And only several weeks passed since the previous update, which brought two other monsties.
The next update will be on September 16. Users will meet two other basic monsters named Dreadking Rathalos and Molten Tigrex. A new monster Kulve Taroth that is designed for quests is also waiting for them. It’s a high-difficulty character as such monsters haven’t appeared in the game before. What is more, the developers may add new quests, but it’s not known yet when this happens.
There is a whole map of updates, where you can see which one is coming soon. In October, users will get another exclusive monster that is hidden. So, it will be a surprise for the players. But they will also get two basic monsters: Silver Rathalos and Gold Rathian. However, the details of the updates can change by release time.
Monster Hunter Stories became popular in a really short time, and it’s not strange because the graphics are fantastic, and the quests are unique. Moreover, there are new updates with various characters and quests all the time, so you won’t get bored.
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