Monster Hunter Rise Wiki
Monster Hunter Rise, an action role-playing video game for the Nintendo Switch, Capcom developed and published. which is the sixth mainline installment in the Monster Hunter series. It was released globally in March 2021, and a Windows version followed in January 2022. In June 2022, the game received an expansion pack, Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. On January 20, 2023, the game was released on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S, with the Sunbreak expansion expected to follow later that year. Rise adheres to many of the new conventions established in Monster Hunter: World while also introducing new elements, such as the Palamute, a new animal companion that can be used to ride across the map or into combat, and Wirebugs, which allow players to traverse the world and mount certain monsters. The game received generally positive reviews upon its release, with critics praising the gameplay and the expansion of the mechanics introduced in World. Since its launch, it has sold over 12 million copies worldwide, making it the second best-selling game in the Monster Hunter series.
Monster Hunter rise update 10.03 patch notes
Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak has just released the 10.03 update, which includes various changes and fixes to enhance the gameplay. Despite being around for several years, the action role-playing video game still receives updates to improve the gaming experience. Capcom recently rolled out a patch, which included numerous fixes for the game. According to the developers, the latest update is highly recommended for stable gameplay.
Monster Hunter rise: Sun break update 10.03 patch notes
A new patch for Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak will be available on March 13th for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5. Check out the image below for more details on the updates. We appreciate your ongoing support, Hunters.
Fixed an issue that caused the selected character type to not be reflected correctly using a Character Edit Voucher. Any characters affected by this issue should now reflect the correct character type.
Fixed an issue where the Palico: MEOW LIMIT! was unable to be downloaded.
Fixed an issue where the ID on page 2 and after of the Guild Card was incorrect.
Fixed an issue that caused screen tearing to occur when altering between the Xbox version and the Windows version with the same account. (Xbox/Windows versions only).
V sync will no longer be disabled in the Xbox version.
Reduced Lobby-joining failures caused by timeout error (MR-235-81) (PS4 version only)
This error can occur due to issues within your network environment, but we are attempting to minimize these cases by adjusting network processing.
Monster Hunter rise: Sun break Gameplay Trailer
Similar to previous Monster Hunter games, Monster Hunter Rise tasks players with assuming the role of a Hunter, whose mission is to take down or capture large monsters by using various weapons, tools, and environmental elements to weaken and damage them while surviving their attacks. Successfully completing quests results in loot in the form of various monster parts, which can be used to create new armor and weapons to take on more formidable monsters, forming the core loop of the series.
Rise brings back some of the previous games’ monsters and also introduces new ones. All 14 weapon types from Monster Hunter Generations and World are present in Rise, and its maps are more focused on vertical movement. Rise features a new tool called the Wirebug, which allows players to grapple and swing across gaps and higher locations as needed. Additionally, it has different interactions with each weapon type, expanding its moves and combos. The Wirebug also enables players to engage in Wyvern Riding, where they can mount and control a monster to a limited extent.
Palamutes, new dog-like companions, help players navigate the map quickly without losing stamina, climb cliffs, and assist in combat with monsters alongside the returning cat-like Palicoes. Rise offers both single-player and local and online multiplayer modes with up to four hunters in a group. Rampage, a new tower defense mode where players must protect their base village from attacking monsters, is introduced in Rise. Sunbreak expansion introduces a new feature, the Switch Skills Swap, allowing players to switch between two different skill sets during a hunt without returning to a base camp. It also lets players befriend non-player characters in hunting hubs, who become companions for hunts.
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