Monster Hunter Rise PC Update Introduces Improved HDR Settings, Buddy Armor Shadows and More


A new Monster Hunter Rise update is now live on PC, bringing some improvements for HDR settings and more alongside support for new content.

The update introduces, alongside the Defender weapons, the Black Belt armor set and the Veteran's Talisman and support for the USJ Event Quests, improvements for HDR settings and Buddy Armor shadows. Some bugs have also been fixed.

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You can find the full Monster Hunter Rise update notes below.

Free support armor to help beginning players progress through the game more easily!

We have released a set of "Defender" weapons (for all 14 weapon types), the "Black Belt" armor set, and the "Veteran's Talisman."
The "Black Belt" armor set is also available as layered armor.

*You can claim these items from Senri the Mailman after updating to Ver.

Two Collab Quest with Universal Studios Japan, and a special Palico!

Event Quest: USJ - Arzuros Onslaught!
Event Quest: USJ - Shrine Showdown!

Complete the Collab Quests to earn materials to craft special weapons, armor, and layered armor for your Hunter, Palico, and Palamute.
You'll also be able to recruit a special Palico called "MEOW LIMIT!"

Monster Hunter Rise Update major new features and adjustments

- HDR settings are now available as a separate setting by going to Options > Display > Screen Mode.
*You need to enable your HDR settings in Windows to use HDR mode.

- Buddy armor all used to have the exact same generic shadow. There are now unique shadows for each piece of armor.

- All additions and adjustments to the Nintendo Switch version up to Ver.3.9.0 have been applied here as well.

Bug fixes

- Fixed a bug causing the game to crash when viewing a Guild Card you received that contains faulty image data.

- All bug fixes made in the Nintendo Switch version up to Ver.3.9.0 have been applied here as well.

Monster Hunter Rise is now available on PC and Nintendo Switch worldwide. You can learn more about the PC version of the game by checking out my review.

Products mentioned in this post

Monster Hunter Rise
Monster Hunter Rise
USD 59.99
Nintendo Switch
Nintendo Switch
USD 299

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