Monster Hunter Rise is officially available on Nintendo Switch, marking the sixth installment of the Capcom series. Along with its initial release comes a day one patch, designed to address a few issues. If you were playing the beta, you might be curious about what’s changed, if anything. Here’s a look at the Monster Hunter Rise Day 1 patch notes and bug fixes.
Monster Hunter Rise Day 1 Patch Notes and Bug Fixes
The patch is somewhere around 600 MB, and there aren’t too many serious changes. Here’s what the official patch notes reveal:
- Access to the content from the Deluxe Kit, as well as the add-on content from pre-order bonuses and amiibo bonuses.
- Miscellaneous bug fixes have been made.
- In order to use DLC and play online, you need to update Monster Hunter Rise to the latest version.
- – You can check which version you’re on at the bottom right of the Title Screen.
- – Online gameplay requires a Nintendo Switch Online membership.
- If you do not have access to the Internet, you can play local multiplayer, as long as every player uses the same version of the software.
- Please visit the Nintendo Support page for more information.
As you can see, the miscellaneous bug fixes note is pretty generic, so we don’t know precisely what minor things got a fix. In short, the Deluxe Edition is now available, as well as the exclusive pre-order bonuses and Amiibo support. For those who forget what’s in the pre-order bonus of Monster Hunter Rise, here’s the details:
- Palamute Retriever Costume layered armour
- Palico Forest Cat Costume layered armour
- Novice Talisman for some extra assistance in the early stages
Players that participated in the demo of the game, they’ll be pleasantly surprised with the following items:
- 20 Mega Potions
- five Pitfall Traps
- 10 Energy Drinks
- five Mega Demon Drugs
- five Mega Armorskins