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This is a guide to all the available contents for the Monster Hunter Rise Demo. Learn about all the included Quests, everything you can do, and the Rewards you will receive for playing the Demo.
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|Start Time||January 8th, 8:00 AM GMT?|
|End Time||February 1st, 8:00 AM GMT|
|Limitations||Only 30 plays available|
The Demo will be available for a longer period than previous demos, but it comes with a catch – only 30 total plays of the main two Quests, the Great Izuchi and Mizutsune Quests, are available.
Once players have hit 30 plays, they'll be locked out of all four Quests, so they'll need to make every play count.
Though the game limits the users to just 30 hunts in the demo, players can bypass this limitation in two ways:
|1||Creating different profiles on your Nintendo Switch as each profile have 30-hunt counters.|
|2||Delete the saved data for the demo! Take note though that you need to have an active demo saved file to get the Demo Rewards!|
There are a total of four quests that can be played: two tutorial missions and two full hunts. Remember, you can only play a total of 30 times of the two full hunts before it locks you out of all four so immerse yourself to the experience!
This quest will teach you the ropes on how to ride your new canyne friend, the Palamute, and use Wirebugs!
This quest focuses on the newly introduced Wyvern Hunting mechanic in Monster Hunter Rise. Master taming monsters this early on so you know what to do when the full game drops!
Your first hunt in Monster Hunter Rise pits you against a Great Izuchi. Try out various weapons and their new unique Wirebug techniques in battle!
Test your skills in slaying a Mizutsune! This monster is more dangerous than the Great Izuchi so take this one on when you are confident enough!
Take on the challenge solo by playing it on Single Player mode!
You can play with up to three more players in local or online co-op!
Take note that a Nintendo Switch Online membership is required for Online Multiplayer.
All fourteen (14) weapons from the past games are available to be used in this demo. Try out the different new moves and Wirebug actions introduced in Monster Hunter Rise!
Playing the demo will reward you with the following items when the full game drops:
|Mega Potions x20
Pitfall Trap x5
Energy Drink x10
Mega Demondrug x5
Mega Armorskin x5
*The demo bonus can be claimed in the main game of Monster Hunter Rise.
*If you delete the save data of the Monster Hunter Rise Demo, you will not be able to claim the demo bonus.
January 7th Livestream Coverage
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Demo Guide and Features
Everything you need to know about the demo!
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Preloading and Preordering
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Unique Layered Armor and more!
All Game Editions
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Will the game come to other platforms in the future?
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
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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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