Monster Hunter Rise version 2.0 from Capcom is out now worldwide on Nintendo Switch following yesterday’s Monster Hunter Digital Event. Read my review of Monster Hunter Rise here. Capcom also revealed the full patch notes and update contents for Monster Hunter Rise’s first free title update. These include fixes to the melding table-related issues, new monsters like Kushala Daora, Bazelgeuse, support for new cosmetic DLC, and a lot more. Watch the newest Monster Hunter Rise trailer below:
Monster Hunter Rise version 2.0.0 update patch notes
Check out the full patch notes here.
Monster Hunter Rise version 2.0 new features and content
- Hunter rank cap unlock
- New monsters including intruders.
- New monsters in village and hub quests.
- New monsters in Rampages.
- New skills and Rampage skills.
- New decorations.
- Armor upgrade level cap unlock.
- Palico and Palamute layered armor forging,
- New Guild Card awards.
- Character Edit Voucher support and more.
Monster Hunter Rise version 2.0 update download size
Capcom confirmed that the Monster Hunter Rise version 2.0 update download size is about 0.9GB.
Monster Hunter Rise 6 Million Sales Celebration Item Pack – release date and availability
The Monster Hunter Rise Kamura Pack 2: Big Hit Celebration is available from now onwards. An end date has not been announced. Knowing how Capcom plans to handle event quests, this will likely be a permanent add-on for all players.
How to claim Monster Hunter Rise item packs on Nintendo Switch
You can claim the Monster Hunter Rise Kamura Pack 2: Big Hit Celebration or any other item pack and DLC by talking to Senri the Mailman in Kamura and checking the add-ons section to claim any bonuses and add-ons.
Monster Hunter Rise 6 Million Celebration Item Pack — what you get
- Mega Potion x 50
- Well-done Steak x 20
- Large Barrel Bomb x 10
- Mega Armorskin x 5
- Mega Demondrug x 5
Monster Hunter Rise version 3.0 update release date
The Monster Hunter Rise version 3.0 update releases at the end of May. A definite release date will be announced soon.
I recently spoke to Yasunori Ichinose at Capcom about Monster Hunter Rise’s returning monsters and more. Read the full interview here. I also spoke to Ryozo Tsujimoto about Monster Hunter Stories 2 and how it can be enjoyed by newcomers. Read that interview here. Since the Monster Hunter April 2021 Digital Event will feature updates on both Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2, I’m hopeful that Capcom announces more plans for post launch updates to both games.
Monster Hunter Rise is out now on Nintendo Switch. It releases in 2022 for PC via Steam. Monster Hunter Stories 2 releases on July 9 worldwide on Steam and Nintendo Switch.