Monster Hunter Rise Extra Tracks II now playing on Apple Music
Capcom will hold a Monster Hunter Digital Event on March 15th, providing approximately twenty minutes of gameplay info on the upcoming "Sunbreak" expansion, due out this summer through the Nintendo Switch e-Shop and Steam. Capcom's record label Suleputer published an "Extra Tracks" digital EP with music from the previous expansion, back when the 3.0 update content launched.
A second volume of "Extra Tracks" is now available for streaming on the Amazon Music Unlimited, Spotify and Apple Music platforms. The 24-track album features music composed by Reo Uratani, Miwako Chinone, Satoshi Hori, and Mana Ogura, including four piano arrangements, four dance remixes, and four rock covers.
Available separately and weighing in at 109 tracks in total, the Monster Hunter Rise soundtrack album ships domestically on compact disc from distributors CDJapan and Play-Asia. Footage from recording sessions can be viewed on the Monster Hunter channel on YouTube.
From the product page:
Set in the ninja-inspired land of Kamura Village, explore lush ecosystems and battle fearsome monsters to become the ultimate hunter. It’s been half a century since the last calamity struck, but a terrifying new monster has reared its head and threatens to plunge the land into chaos once again.CDJapan - Monster Hunter Rise Original Soundtrack CD
Hunt solo or in a party with friends to earn rewards that you can use to craft a huge variety of weapons and armor. Brand new gameplay systems such as the high-flying ‘Wire Action’ and your canine companion ‘Palamute’ will add exciting new layers to the already robust combat that Monster Hunter is known for.
Play-Asia - Monster Hunter Rise Original Soundtrack CD
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With tons of quests, epic monster battles and ways to hunt, there's never been a better time to jump in!
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