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Monster Hunter Rise’s first big update lands tomorrow – and puts character editing behind paid DLC

The eagerly anticipated first major update for Monster Hunter Rise has been detailed, sneaking in before the end of the month as it arrives on April 28th – just one day after the update was detailed in Capcom’s digital event. It brings a suite of new challenges and monsters – plus one unwelcome tweak as in-depth character editing is now locked behind a paywall.

As previously disclosed by Capcom new beasts are coming as part of the update, with Chameleos – a jittery elder dragon first introduced in Monster Hunter 2 and one that’s only made fleeting appearances since – joined by meaner, harder Apex versions of iconic bastards Diablos and Rathalos. There’s also a surprise brace of new elder dragons in the form of Teostra and Kushala Deora.

Apex monsters will now also make appearances during regular quests, and there’ll be more regular quests too, with new solo adventures as well as the introduction of timed event quests. A new suite of arena quests will also come as part of the update, plus harder rampage events and some new story missions. Layered armour is also introduced, alongside some new paid cosmetic DLC items.

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The eagerly anticipated first major update for Monster Hunter Rise has been detailed, sneaking in before the end of the month as it arrives on April 28th – just one day after the update was detailed in Capcom’s digital event. It brings a suite of new challenges and monsters – plus one unwelcome tweak as in-depth character editing is now locked behind a paywall.

As previously disclosed by Capcom new beasts are coming as part of the update, with Chameleos – a jittery elder dragon first introduced in Monster Hunter 2 and one that’s only made fleeting appearances since – joined by meaner, harder Apex versions of iconic bastards Diablos and Rathalos. There’s also a surprise brace of new elder dragons in the form of Teostra and Kushala Deora.

Apex monsters will now also make appearances during regular quests, and there’ll be more regular quests too, with new solo adventures as well as the introduction of timed event quests. A new suite of arena quests will also come as part of the update, plus harder rampage events and some new story missions. Layered armour is also introduced, alongside some new paid cosmetic DLC items.

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