Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, which allows you to form bonds with and raise Monsties, become a full-fledged Rider, visit a variety of locales, and experience the world of Monster Hunter to the fullest via a rich story and quests, is available today, Friday, 9 July. A commemorative art piece was released that features all of the main characters in the game.
In a world where Rathalos have completely vanished, our hero – a descendant of the great Rider Red – has a fateful encounter with a Wyverian girl named Ena who is entrusted with an egg.
Latest Version: Ver.1.0.3 Released
- Players must update their game software to the latest version of Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin to access DLC content and online play features.
- Players without Internet access can connect locally with others and align game versions with those players.
Launch Starter Pack Item Pack Available to Celebrate Launch
To commemorate the launch of Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, we’re releasing a special item pack to help you on your journey. Make sure to connect to the Internet and pick these items up!
Paid DLC Information
There’s even more colorful content available to add to Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin!
The Deluxe Kit, which includes a set of recommended DLC contents that you can use in Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, goes on sale today, 9 July.
Deluxe Kit Contents
- Ena’s Outfit: Kuan Coat
- Rider’s Layered Armor: Razewing Armor Alpha/Beta
- Rider’s Hairstyle: Spiky Nergal
- Navirou’s Outfit: Pukei Pukei, Nergigante
- Sticker Sets: Adventure Buddies 2/3
In addition to the Deluxe Kit, outfits for Ena and Navirou, hairstyles, appearance modification tickets, and other items are also available for purchase. For more information, check the official website, Nintendo e-Shop, or the Steam store! Official Website: https://www.monsterhunter.com/stories2/en-asia/
Trial Version Available on Nintendo Switch and Steam
A demo for the game is available now, and save data from the Trial Version can be transferred to the Full Game. Players can enjoy the story while enjoying the exact same contents as the opening part of the Full Game.