What you need to know
- Monster Hunter Rise is an action adventure game where you're faced with slaying monsters.
- The latest Capcom collaboration features Ghosts 'n Goblins layered armor.
- New hairstyles are also available for free.
Capcom continues to update Monster Hunter Rise with both free and paid content for players to enjoy. With the 3.5 update, players can enjoy the newest Capcom collaboration, which features layered Hunter armor with a Ghosts 'n Goblins theme. The layered armor materials are locked behind an event quest available on October 29. Two more event quests are also available, which you can receive from Senri the Mailman in Kamura Village.
Though the character creator for the game is quite robust, some fans felt that curly hair wasn't represented well enough. Capcom listened to fans and included three new hairstyles featuring a short afro puff, a fade, and cornrows, for free. Anyone who downloads these hairstyles from the eShop can access them by pressing Y on the save select screen. Changing your hair to one of these hairstyles won't require a Character Edit Voucher.
Thanks to your feedback, we've added three new hairstyles to #MHRise in Ver. 3.5!
Available now as free DLC on the Nintendo eShop ➡ Senri the Mailman. pic.twitter.com/7yBP2upY7bThanks to your feedback, we've added three new hairstyles to #MHRise in Ver. 3.5!
Available now as free DLC on the Nintendo eShop ➡ Senri the Mailman. pic.twitter.com/7yBP2upY7b— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) October 28, 2021October 28, 2021
New paid DLC includes:
- "Utushi cut" hairstyle — $1.49
- "Royal Dreads" hairstyle — $1.49
- "Bombadgy Mask" Hunter layered armor piece — $1.49
- Hunter Voice: Cool Girl — $2.99
- Hunter Voice: Big Bro — $2.99
- "Special Stickers 6" sticker set — $1.99
Finally, here are the latest patch notes:
- New Event Quests will be available every week.
- New DLC can be purchased from Nintendo eShop.
- Fixed a bug occasionally causing the game to freeze to when using the "Move Around Village" function from the Training Area.
- Fixed a bug causing incorrect effects for Apex Diablos's powerful roar.
- Fixed a bug occasionally causing monsters to take double poison damage.
- Fixed a bug occasionally causing issues with the display of some armor and clothing during cutscenes.
- Fixed a bug causing the wrong items to be dropped when catching a Great Gastronome Tuna.
- Fixed a bug causing raw meat placed by a player to instantly disappear when another player joins the quest while it is in progress.
- Fixed a bug causing the player character to perform a Backstep instead of a Roundslash when pushing the stick back and pressing the X and A buttons after performing the sword & shield's Falling Bash.
- Fixed a bug preventing the player from using the dual blades' Shrouded Vault in the desired direction if it is performed at the end of the start-up motion for Feral Demon Mode.
- Fixed a bug causing incorrect sound effects for Trapbugs and some lance attacks when using the "Akuma" layered armor.
- Fixed a bug occasionally preventing the player from using the gunlance's Aerial Burst while jumping off a ledge after dodging.
- Fixed a bug preventing the appearance of Rampage gunlances from changing if the player changes the shelling type and lands a Wyrmstake Cannon attack during multiplayer.
- Fixed a bug preventing the player from changing ammo/phials via the Radial Menu while riding a Palamute.
- When a player uses the bowgun's Steadiness during multiplayer to reduce recoil, this change occasionally did not show up on the screens of other players. This has been fixed.
- Fixed a bug occasionally freezing the game when using a Character Edit Voucher via a specific order of steps.
- Fixed a bug causing players riding a Palamute to deal damage to a Palamute mounted by another player when attacking that player.
- Fixed a bug preventing armor from being sorted correctly if the player has multiple pieces of the same armor.
- Fixed a bug allowing players to be matched up with players on their block list under specific circumstances.
- Fixed various text bugs.
- Other miscellaneous bug fixes have been made.
Rise to the top
Monster Hunter's gameplay loop is equal parts challenging and addictive. Take on quests to hunt a wide variety of amazingly designed monsters on your own or with friends as you protect the peaceful Kamura village from the impending doom that is the Rampage.
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Nadine is a freelance writer for iMore with a specialty in all things Nintendo, often working on news, guides, reviews, and editorials. She's been a huge Nintendo fan ever since she got to pet her very own Nintendog, and enjoys looking at Nintendo's place in the video game industry. Writing is her passion, but she mostly does it so that she can pay off her ever-growing debt to Tom Nook. Her favorite genres are simulation games, rhythm games, visual novels, and platformers. You can find her at @stopthenadness on Twitter, where she'll more than likely be reposting cute Animal Crossing content.