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The Gathering Hub is an area to pick up quests and interact with players in Monster Hunter Rise (Switch). Find out about the facilities, arena quests, & food in MH Rise.

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What Is The Gathering Hub?

An Area To Pick Up Quests

Gathering Hub
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The Gathering Hub is an area where you can find different quests to accept. In MHR, there appear to be two main types of quests: Village quests, and Gathering Hub Quests. Some Gathering Hub quests can also be done in a party with other players. There's a high chance that Village quests will be solo-only, as they were in past games.

Act As A Meeting Spot

Meeting Spot

In past games, the Gathering Hub was the only place you could meet with players (outside of while actually on a quest). It was possible to chat with players and take photos here as well!

Can Meet Players In Other Places In MHR

Unlike past games, you'll be able to see and interact with players in a variety of different places in Kamura village. In MHW: Iceborne, it was possible to play with others by many different means, but the Gathering Hub was the only place you could actually see other players. This will be different in MHR!

Kamura Village Guide

Filled With Many Other Facilities

Preparation Area
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There are a wide variety of facilities available at the Gathering Hub, including places where you can make food! There will also be a preparation area just like in past games. The Smithy and shop can also be found in the Gathering Hub.

See more info on the facilities below

Gathering Hub - Total Number Of Players

Max Limit Unknown

Limit

As of February 9th, we are not sure what the maximum number of players that can be in the Gathering Hub is. Prior to Monster Hunter Generations, the maximum was 4, however in MHW the maximum was raised to 16.

Possibly Max Of 4?

4 People

In official previews of the game, most shots of the Gathering Hub show 4 people. We weren't able to see any images with 5 (or more). This, along with the fact that there seem to be a total of 4 chairs set up in the tea shop, leads us to believe the maximum might be 4.

Gathering Hub List Of Facilities

FacilityWhat You Can Do
Quest Counter・Accept Gathering Hub quests
Arena Quests・Participate in the arena
Preparation Area・Craft and upgrade gear
・Hire Meowcenaries
・Use the trading shop
Tea House・Get food
General Store・Buy items, ammo, etc.

Quest Counter

Quest Counter

You can pick up new quests at the Quest Counter, and if you're playing on multiplayer, you can take part in quests that your party members have.

Past Games Had Multiplayer-Only Quests

In previous games in the franchise, there were some quests which required a party and had a maximum of 16 players! We feel that the "Rampage" might fulfill a similar role in Monster Hunter Rise!

The Arena

Arena

The Gathering Hub contains an area where you can get Arena Quests. These quests existed in past games as well. Notably, they required you to take on certain monsters with a fixed set of gear and items!

Preparation Area

Preparation Area

The preparation area has been merged with the Gathering Hub! Here you'll be able to access the Smithy, where you can craft and upgrade your gear. Additionally, you'll be able to hire Meowcenaries to aid you on your quests, as well as buy and sell items.

Tea House

Food

Here you can eat food which will give you a buff upon starting a quest! In past games, food could raise your HP and stamina, as well as provide other various effects!

General Store

At the General Store you'll be able to buy consumable items, ammo for bowguns, and coatings for the bow! In past games, it was also possible to buy things in bulk and have them sent to your chest.

Previous Games Featured A Hot Spring Too

Hot Spring

▲ A hot spring featured in MHW: Iceborne.

Some past games of the Monster Hunter franchise also included Gathering Hubs which had hot springs in them! We haven't been able to confirm their return in MH Rise, but given its overall Japanese-inspired theme, we think it's entirely possible hot springs might be featured!

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