Game8's Monster Hunter Rise (MHR) walkthrough wiki and guide has everything you need to know about the latest entry in the Monster Hunter series. Learn about the best Weapons and Equipment, how to beat Monsters, and all pre-release and demo details for the game here!
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List of Contents
|Hunting & Equipment|
|Petalaces||Layered Armor||Gathering & Exploring|
|Maps and Locations||Items and Materials||Endemic Life||Other|
|News and Game Info||Game Mechanics|
|Characters and Voice Actors||Message Boards|
The Demo was suddenly released at 1:00 GMT on January 8th, 2020.
It's available from the Nintendo eShop now, so go ahead and start downloading! The hunt begins!
A Digital Event with brand new information for Monster Hunter Rise was released on January 7th at 14:00 GMT.
We've updated with all the insights we grabbed in our full guide!
Monster Hunter Rise has been confirmed for a release on March 26th, and at this time is available exclusively for Nintendo Switch.
January 7th Livestream Coverage
Everything we learned from the official event!
Demo Guide and Features
Everything you need to know about the demo!
A brand new game unlike all before
An unbiased review just for you!
When is the game coming out?
Preloading and Preordering
How do I Preload and when is it available?
Unique Layered Armor and more!
All Game Editions
And everything included with them!
Will the game come to other platforms in the future?
Best Controllers to Use
Which are the best controllers to buy?
How to Play Online
Everything you need to know to connect with other hunters
All Amiibos and How to Use Amiibos
Where to Order, their Functions and Unlocked Rewards
|Arzuros||Royal Ludroth||Great Wroggi|
|All Weapon Guides|
|Great Sword||Long Sword||Sword and Shield||Dual Blades|
|Switch Axe||Charge Blade||Insect Glaive||Bow|
|Light Bowgun||Heavy Bowgun|
|Game Mechanics Guides|
|How to Use Wirebugs||Character Creation Guide|
|What Are Palamutes?||What Are Palicoes?|
|Wyvern Riding Guide||Turf Wars|
|Beginners Guide||List of Controls|
|List of Settings||Crafting List|
|Explanation of Stats||How to Fast Travel|
|How to Lock-On and Settings||Training Area Guide|
|Maps and Locations|
|Kamura Village||Shrine Ruins|
|Flooded Forest||Frost Islands|
|Great Wirebug||Green Spiribird||Mudbeetle|
|Puppet Spider||Red Spiribird||Rock Lizard|
|Discussion Board (6)||Questions Board (2)|
|Friend Request Board (1)||Multiplayer Board (0)|
|Customization Board (0)||Suggestions Board (1)|
|Game Title||Monster Hunter Rise|
|Release Date||March 26th, 2021 (Friday)
(Demo Available January)
|Price||Standard Edition: $59.99
Deluxe Edition: $69.99
Collector's Edition: $99.99
(All Game Edition Details)
|No. of Players||1 (Online: 1-4)
Local + Online Play Supported
(Will other platforms be available?)
|Website||Monster Hunter Rise Official Site|
|Monster Hunter Information|
|YouTube||Monster Hunter Official Channel|
|Monster Hunter Official Page|
|Monster Hunter Official Account|
The latest installment in the Monster Hunter series, Monster Hunter Rise introduces a world with traditional Japanese influence. The Japan-only release “Monster Hunter Portable 3rd” was also based on a Japan-esque setting, but Monster Hunter Rise brings the imagery of feudal Japan to new heights.
Each of the new Monsters introduced is based on influence from Japanese demons of folklore known as “Yokai”. The developers have stated their intention to further characterize each Monster, leading to creative new designs never before seen in the series.
New techniques are unlocked with the introduction of the Wirebug item. The Wirebug allows the hunter to soar through the air, making it easier than ever to traverse the map and get the drop on Monsters. The Wirebug also combines with each of the 14 weapons to yield Silkbind Attacks, each of which are unique to the associated weapon.
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I saw that Magnamalo has two names: some shoos are selling Magnamalo Amiibo and some shops and selling Magbanaki Amiibo but they’re both the same monster. Why is that?
I hope they have different accessories for the Palamute like how the Palico can use Palico Gadgets! Maybe fang accessories which could inflict Poison, etc.?
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