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Nintendo may be the reason for the demand for the Eshop Town, Monster Hunter Rise demo [Updated]

Nintendo may be the reason for the demand for the Eshop Town, Monster Hunter Rise demo [Updated]

Nintendo has confirmed that the blackout is over and IGN has been able to access the Nintendo ESHAP (and download the Monster Hunter demo). The Nintendo ESHB is currently down due to unplanned “emergency maintenance”, which may be due to the recent demand for a beta version of Monster Hunter Rise.

The online store is down at least 4 hours at the time of writing Japanese Nintendo Customer Service Twitter Account Apologize for frequent problems with no repair plan provided.

Although neither Nintendo nor Capcom have commented specifically on this connection, the crash coincides with the release of a Monster Hunter Rise demo, which includes two trips and two drills for the upcoming Switch exclusive.Yesterday’s Monster Hunter live broadcast revealed many new monsters and game details, in which the new ability will allow you to ride monsters (a skill you can test in the demo).

The demo weighs 1.6GB and can run tasks a maximum of 30 times before the February 1st deadline. If you can not download, we have the Great Isuzu Mission and Mitsuun Mission videos to deal with.

If you’re interested in buying the game before March 26th, what’s in each edition of Monster Hunter Rise.

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