Epilogue Added to the Monster Hunter Primal Crisis Event!
An epilogue has been added to the Monster Hunter Primal Crisis event in Dragalia Lost for the next week. You can view the epilogue by tapping Quests on the in-game footer menu, then tapping the event banner and selecting View Quests. Ezelith’s and Orion’s limited-time stories have also been added to the Valentine’s Confections story event revival.
The Monster Hunter Primal Crisis (Strangeland in Japan) event is now live in Dragalia Lost featuring the Showcased Adventurers Hunter Vanessa and Hunter Berserker. Form a pact with Rathalos, earn exclusive Monster Hunter-themed in-game rewards, and equip familiar weapons from the Monster Hunter universe. Event artwork, adventurer profiles, and videos added below…
The Monster Hunter event in Dragalia Lost has been dated for 15:00 JST on 29 January (22:00 PT on 28 January). The event is called Strange Land in Japan and Primal Crisis in the west, and allows you to add Rathalos to your team, as well as Hunters Vanessa and Berserker. Japanese and English promo videos added below…
Yuji Okada, director of Dragalia Lost, has shared some of the game’s January plans including further details of the Monster Hunter collaboration events later in the month where you can add Berserker in Rathalos armour to your team and which will have a story and a summon showcase.
Nintendo / Cygames have announced a Monster Hunter collaboration coming to Dragalia Lost in late January 2020. Play the event to add Rathalos to your team. More information is expected on 01 January. Teaser trailer added below along with today’s Dragalia Digest.
Capcom will have a Special Stage on 15 September from 14:05-15:00 JST (14 September from 22:05-23:00 PT) at the Tokyo Game Show where an existing series game will likely be announced. A studio interview will follow from 15:00-15:10. This announcement will be separate from the PROJECT RESISTANCE news. Thanks to Gematsu.
Capcom have updated their platinum sellers list with Monster Hunter XX (Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate) at 3.0 million units sold worldwide. The Nintendo 3DS entry was at 1,828,510 at its last count, which infers the Nintendo Switch version is at 1,171,490.