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Monster Hunter Rise Switch (MHRise) guide to learn the new features coming to the game! Find out about new monsters, the new dog companion, the wirebug, new areas, & more!

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New Features In MHRise

List Of New Features

New FeaturesDescription
New MonstersNew monsters added in MHRise
WirebugA new action allowing you to travel midair
Wyvern RidingA new action to mount & control monsters
PalamuteA new type of Buddy that will join you on your hunt
New AreasExplore the new map Shrine Ruins
Hunting HelpersNew endemic life which can be used as an item
PetalaceNew equipment which boosts your stats with Spiribird
Bunny DangoNew food system in MHRise?
MeowcenarySend off your buddy to collect materials?

New Monsters In MHRise

New Monsters
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Alongside several fan favorite monsters, four new monsters will be making their debut on the new Monster Hunter Rise game! These monsters are the Magnamalo, Aknosom, Great Izuchi, & the Tetranodon!

List Of New Monsters

Check Out The New Monsters Here!

New Gameplay Feature: Wirebug

Wirebug

The Wirebug is a new type of tool that will change how you see the world of Monster Hunter Rise! It acts like a grappling hook which allows you to traverse steep rocky terrain, zip around open areas, and even combine it with moves to create devastating attacks!

Check Out The Wirebug Here!

New Wirebug Moves: Silkbind Attacks

New Attacks with the wirebug

Players can also use special Wirebug moves called Silkbind Attacks. The Silkbind attacks change depending on your weapon type. So try out different weapons and experiment to see which combos will fit your playstyle!

Check Out Silkbind Attack Of All Weapon Types Here

New Feature: Wyvern Riding

Wyvern

Mount and manipulate monsters with the new action Wyvern Riding. This action allows you to temporarily subjugate a monster and ride it, using it to attack other monsters.

Read More About Wyvern Riding Here

New Companion: Palamute

Palamute

The Palamute is a new type of companion that will help you in your hunts! You can ride it to quickly zip around the different locales without consuming stamina! You can also do different actions while riding the Palamute such as healing and sharpening your weapon!

Check Out The Palamute Here!

Bring Palamute On Multiplayer Mode

Palamute

You can bring Palamute on multiplayer mode as well. Ride on Palamute and travel the field quickly.

Check Out Online Multiplayer & Local Co-op Guide Here

New Area: Shrine Ruins

Shrine Ruins

The Shrine Ruins is an ancient locale where people used to pray for protection. Since then, it has fallen into decay and is now infested with monsters. Despite this, the ruins still exude a mysterious aura.

Check Out The Full Map & Locale Guide Here

New Base: Kamura Village

Kamura Village

Kamura Village is a town that is well-known for producing Tatara Steel. This village has been ravaged by the Rampage and is about to experience yet another calamity... It's up to you to prevent this and save this village! The village will have everything you need to prepare yourself for adventure!

Check Out Everything You Can Do In Kamura Village Here

New Endemic Life: Hunting Helpers

endemic life

▲Escuregot emitting healing mist

Hunting Helpers are endemic lifeforms that can be used as items once captured. By using Hunting Helpers, you can gain variety of beneficial effects such as healing.

Check Out All Endemic Life From Here

New Equipment: Petalace

petalace

A new equipment Petalace boosts your stats when approaching near by new endemic life Spiribird. Note that you can still equip charms in MHRise.

New Food System?: Bunny Dango

bunny dango

Yomogi, the chef of Kamura Village, cooks Bunny Dango for you. You can gain stats boosts by eating this dish just like the canteen system in the past Monster Hunter games.

Use Meowcenary To Get Materials

Meowcenary

New feature Meowcenary is introduced in MHRise. The detail of this system has not been confirmed yet. Perhaps you can send off your buddy to collect materials just the like past monster hunter games.

Changes From Past Monster Hunter Games

List Of Changes

New Moves & Attacks

Never-Before-Seen Combos

New attacks and combos

Aside from the Wirebug, all weapons have new moves that can be utilized by the player when hunting down monsters. Try them all out and see which one works for you!

Check Out New Moves Of All Weapon Types Here

Barrel Bombs Can Now Be Used Mid-Air

Mid-Air Barrel Bomb

Aside from other surprising details, the TGS 2020 CAPCOM SPECIAL PROGRAM also revealed that players can now use Barrel Bombs while mid-air. This move is but one of the others that opens up more ways to damage monsters!

Hunters Can Talk

speak

In Monster Hunter Rise, hunters speak full sentence in English. Listening to what hunter says might be helpful since the hunter will warn the player when the enemy is about to perform strong attacks.

You Can Turn Off The Voice

If you are not a fan of hunter speaking fluently, you can turn off the hunter's voice with the setting.

More Detailed Character Creation

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The character creator of MHRise is more detailed than the past Monster Hunter games. Create your own original hunter and stand out among your friends.

Detailed Audio Settings

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In MHRise, you can modify your audio setting in mode detailed. You can even turn off other players voice to focus on your hunt.

Tracking Monsters Became Easier

cohoot

Thanks to the new character Cohoot the owl, the location of the boss monster always display on the map. You don't need to use items like Paintball to track enemies.

Changes In The Training Area

train

In the training area, not only can check your moves and controls but also test variety of objects such as cannons and dragonator. There are also shooting targets to test your ranged weapon skill as well.

Learn More On Training Area From Here

No More Hot Drinks

The official Twitter account revealed that there will no longer be a hot drink in Monster Hunter Rise. Some people might miss this item but this change helps players to move around in the cold weather without losing stamina.

No G Rank?

Although it has not been confirmed, we are assuming that there won't be any G rank (or equivalent, like the Master Rank in MHW) in Monster Hunter Rise. We'll have to wait for the full game to release to find out if this is the case, however!

More Info On G Rank Here

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