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Monster Hunter Now “Dancing in the Tempest” Part II Launching July 8

With Monster Hunter Now’s Season 2 underway, players can gear up for Part II of the update when it hits July 8.

Running from July 8 at 9am PT through July 17 at 11:59pm PT, this update will bring with it Monster Hunter Now’s first leviathan monster. Mizutsune will appear on the field for a limited time; after the event ends, Mizutsune will only make an appearance in Hunt-a-thons.

Also included are multiple Summer events – scope out each one below:

  • The Bubbling Festival – Running from July 18-28, all monsters (including Mizutsune) will appear in additional places across the field. All those that complete limited-time quests can get themselves to nab Mizutsune materials, summer-inspired layered equipment, an exclusive hunter medal, as well as a Mizutsune Scale if they make it to the end.
  • Dark Daydreams –  Meanwhile, from July 20-21, Monster Hunter Now’s first paid ticketed event will be held. Hunters with tickets will enjoy a greatly upgraded hunting experience with unlimited access to Hunt-a-thons and Elder Dragon Interceptions and the chance to hunt Nightshade Paolumu before it becomes available to everyone.

Catch up on all the nitty-gritty with the official Monster Hunter Now blog.

Want to try out Monster Hunter Now for yourself? Be sure to grab it on either iOS or Android.

Source: Press Release

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