Monster Hunter Stories Coming to Switch in Summer 2024

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**Headline:** Nintendo Announces Summer 2024 Release of Fully Voiced Monster Hunter Stories on Switch

**Subheadline:** HD Visual Update with New Museum Feature for the Turn-Based RPG Classic

Nintendo **[h2]** announced during its latest presentation [h3] today that Monster Hunter Stories will be making a comeback on the Nintendo Switch in **[h4]** Summer 2024. The company did not disclose a specific release date but revealed that the game will include full voiceovers, improved HD visuals, and a new museum feature.

The original Monster Hunter Stories was first introduced in 2016 for Japan as a turn-based RPG developed by Capcom and Marvelous. This game, which focuses on Monster Riders rather than Hunters, has a more approachable tone that appeals to younger audiences.

Fans of the series have been eagerly awaiting an upgrade for this classic title, and Monster Hunter Stories’ return offers a glimpse into what modern features and visuals they can expect. It is worth noting that a sequel, **[h4]** Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, was released in 2021 and is currently available on the Nintendo Switch, following a similar gameplay style.

Monster Hunter fans have been looking forward to new content after the Monster Hunter Sunbreak expansion concluded in late 2023. Capcom **[h2]** unveiled a new entry in the series, Monster Hunter Wilds, during The Game Awards 2023. The reveal trailer showcased various new monsters, locations, and monster riding mechanics similar to those seen in Stories.

Monster Hunter Wilds is set for a **[h4]** 2025 release and will be accessible on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S. Further details about the game are anticipated to be shared in due course.

As Monster Hunter celebrates its **[h2]** 20th anniversary this year, longtime fans will appreciate the chance to revisit a cherished installment with the summer arrival of Monster Hunter Stories on Nintendo Switch.

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