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This is a list of all Maps and Locations currently confirmed to appear in Monster Hunter Rise (MHR) for the Nintendo Switch. Learn the Maps and Locations that will be appearing in the game by reading on!
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Kamura Village is the home base for hunters in Monster Hunter Rise (MHR).
It is confirmed that you can ride Palamutes, use Wirebugs, and execute attacks inside the village premises—similar to a regular map. It could be possible that an endgame battle will take place in Kamura Village!
This is one of the first confirmed maps in Monster Hunter Rise (MHR). The map is full of ruins and abandoned buildings where civilization used to take place. It is possible that the people of Kamura Village used to live here until the Rampage.
The Frost Islands used to be the nest of a giant dragon. Countless hunters have tried to slay it but failed. Now it is the home of massive dragon bones and a wrecked Dragonship.
The Flooded Forest is a returning map that last appeared in Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. The overall atmosphere is very gloomy with huge open areas littered with bodies of water. The iconic pyramid from past games and could be interesting to traverse using wirebugs!
Like in Monster Hunter World, the map in Monster Hunter Rise is a one, continuous map. There is no loading time between areas like in past portable games.
The newly introduced Palamute companion can be ridden throughout the map for faster movement. This goes very well with the huge seamless map!
You can move up, down, left, or right using Wirebugs. This new movement option allows the hunter to seamlessly run up vertical walls and across valleys without worrying about vertical height.
The location of monsters is shown on the map initially. When you encounter it the first time, the mark changes to the icon of that monster.
Also, all the monsters present on the map during the session appears at the upper right corner of the screen!
By zooming in on the map, you can see the location of all materials and collectibles.
Endemic Life, which is first introduced in Monster Hunter World, is present in Monster Hunter Rise (MHR). These creatures provide buffs to the hunter or can be used as items.
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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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