"Monster Hunter Stories 2" roadmap has finally been revealed. Ahead of the game's highly-anticipated release, the "Wings of Ruin" series director Kenji Oguro and Ryoza Tsujimoto offered an in-depth look directly at the whole post-launch content of the upcoming game.
'Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin' Roadmap Revealed
According to the post by GamingLyfe, there is now an in-depth look at the game's co-op gameplay, a new story trailer, and other content.
In addition to the trailer giving a narrative, the extensive post-launch "Monster Hunter Stories 2" roadmap will also be providing another look at quite a gripping narrative within the "Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin," challenging and rewarding end-game content before the games release this July 9, on Nintendo Switch and PC through Steam.
Fans will be getting the much enjoyed Palamute as rideable monster this July 15 as a special program that details five additional free upgrades expected to come to the game this October 2021.
Title Update 2 is expected to arrive on August 5, and will introduce the gilded Elder Dragon Kulve Taroth as gamers' new co-op quest for Monster Riders to be able to tackle together.
Update: Hellblade Glavenus and Boltreaver Astalos
Although Kulve Taroth isn't going to be available as a ridable monster soon, materials coming from her quest are expected to be invaluable for crafting a seemingly powerful piece of equipment.
The update is also expected to introduce Boltreaver Astalos and Hellblade Glavenus as additional monsters.
While a lot of new information may seem quite pleasing to new fans, for those that want to try out "Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin," the game is already available to play on Nintendo Switch.
However, gamers won't be able to play the full game but rather a trial version of the game on the Nintendo Switch.
'Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin' Trial for PC and Nintendo
For those that want to game on the PC, a trial version is expected to come out on July 9, along with the release of the game's full version.
Both of the trial versions will allow gamers to save data transfers directly to the full game. In addition, Nintendo Switch players will now also be able to save data directly from the trial version of "Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin," and receive a particularly special "Kinship Talisman" when they link it to "Monster Hunter Rise."
The Standard Edition, and both the physical and digital on Nintendo Switch is priced at $59.99.
"Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin" also comes out with a digital-only Deluxe Edition that sells at an MSRP of $69.99.
The Deluxe Edition will include a number of different cosmetic options. Players will be able to customize their appearance and many more.
For those that want to see how the game goes, check the trailer on YouTube to see how "Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin" differs from "Monster Hunter Rise."
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Written by Urian B.