Monster Hunter Rise Ninjutsu Gesture Event Quest

Monster Hunter Rise Event Quest Rewards Players With Ninjutsu Gesture

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Monster Hunter Rise players can now participate in a unique event quest to receive a special Ninjutsu Gesture. In order to access the event quest, players must talk to the Courier found in the Steelworks location and download the quest. The quest itself will pit players against the Tetranadon, one of the new monsters introduced through Monster Hunter Rise. Completing the hunt will reward you with the Ninjutsu Gesture.

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The quest is located in the Add-on Content menu when talking to the Courier. From there players can download the event quest. There is no indication in the game that suggests that this will be a limited time quest. Players can then accept the quest from the Event Quest option at the Gathering Hub quest counter. Additionally, players must have reached a specific point within Monster Hunter Rise in order to pick up the quest and receive their Ninjutsu Gesture.

This new event quest arrives as part of the Monster Hunter Rise Version 2.0 update, which has added the Kushala Daora and Teostra to the game. Additionally, the developers revealed in a recent broadcast that emotes and other rewards will be obtainable through event quests.

Monster Hunter Rise is immediately available for the Nintendo Switch. A PC version of the game is planned to release in early 2022.

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