Game Length | How Long to Beat Monster Hunter Rise | MHR (MH Rise)

Game Length | How Long to Beat Monster Hunter Rise

This is a game length guide for Monster Hunter Rise on the Nintendo Switch. Check here to find out how long it takes to beat the Village Quests and story, Gathering Hub Quests, and achieve 100% game completion with Update 2.0 and Update 3.0.

How Long to Beat Village Quests

Monster Hunter Rise - Hinoa Village Quest Maiden

Village Quest's completion time will largely depend on a player's skill and familiarity with the Monster Hunter series.

Once you've updated to Version 2.0 and have beaten all Village Quests, a new Advanced Village Quests called Advanced: The Veterans' Gala will unlock! This will reward you with the unique headgear Flame Seal Eyepatch that will give you Critical Eye Lv. 4! This new quest shouldn't take you more than 3 hours to beat!

Experienced Hunters 10-15 hours
Newer Hunters 20-30 hours

Check out our Story Walkthrough to help you quickly progress through Monster Hunter Rise.
MH Rise Story Walkthrough

How Long to Beat Gathering Hub Quests

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Even with skipping Low Rank via Special License Quests, most of Monster Hunter Rise's challenging gameplay will take place in the Gathering Hub.

Update 2.0: New Quests

Update 2.0 added quite a few quests that hunters can sink their teeth in. This effectively extends the hours of completing the Gathering Hub by around 10-20 hours.

Update 3.0: New Advanced Quests

Update 3.0 extended the list of new quests introducing a whopping 15 new Advanced quests into the roster. These quests are pretty hard so prepare before taking them on! You can easily see yourself dropping another 10-20 hours easily.

Check out our Update 3.0 guide to know all the new stuff in the latest update:
Update 3.0 Patch Notes

Estimated Hub Completion Time

Updated with Version 3.0
Experienced Hunters 50-60 hours
Newer Hunters 70-80 hours

Before Update 3.0
Before Update 2.0
Experienced Hunters 40-50 hours
Newer Hunters 55-65 hours

100% Clear Estimated Time

Monster Hunter Rise - Quest Complete

Completing all Village and Gathering Hub Quests, All Side and Subquests, and all Hunter's Notes categories are the true goal for dedicated hunters.

Update 2.0: New Quests, Decorations, and Awards

Also, Update 2.0 added around a total of 30-35 hours worth of new content including new Gathering Hub quests, new Decorations to farm, as well as new Awards to grind!

Update 3.0: New Advanced Quests, and Awards

With Update 3.0, the game introduced new Gathering Hub Quests, new Weapons to grind for, and new Awards including one that requires you to get all small and large gold crown monsters! This can boost playability of Monster Hunter Rise to around 80-120 hours more if you dedicate yourself on collecting all Awards!

Check out our Update 3.0 guide to know all the new stuff in the latest update:
Update 3.0 Patch Notes

Estimated 100% Completion Time

These estimated times will change as more content is added in future updates.

Updated with Version 3.0
Experienced Hunters 160-170 hours
Newer Hunters 230-240 hours

Before Update 3.0
Before Update 2.0
Experienced Hunters 80-90 hours
Newer Hunters 110-120 hours

Related Guides

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Complete Story Walkthrough
How to Unlock High Rank
How to Break Hunter Rank Caps
Endgame Guide (100% Clear)
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