Capcom has announced that Monster Hunter Stories, the title derived from the main series that represent a commitment to the role, will have a demo in Japan.
The demo will be launched in the Japanese market on September 20 through the digital distribution of the eShop. With the demo, players can enjoy the main mode (Quest) and know a small part of the history of the game and also try the modes of challenges, in which they will face other characters.
The users who save the starting data of the demo and then purchase the final game will enjoy a special item, the suit of Nabiru.
Also at the Tokyo Game Show were shown, under lock and key, the amiibo of Monster Hunter Stories. The new spin-off of the Monster Hunter series, which will also become a movie as announced by Capcom, will boast the support to amiibo and an NFC figurines line specially made for it.
Monster Hunter Stories will hit Japan on October 8. There have been no announcements about a possible launch in Western markets.
Capcom has also released the fifth Japanese trailer dedicated to Monster Hunter Stories. The video introduces us to the history of the game, its characters and environments that we can visit in the adventure.