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Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak Follower Quest NPCs Can Mount Monsters

Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak Follower Quest

Capcom released a new video detailing how NPCs will function in Follower Quests, a new feature that will be arriving in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak. The short video details just what NPCs are capable of, such as setting traps and even mounting monsters. Additionally, Capcom has very briefly broken down certain conditions for Follower Quests. Thankfully, if the NPC you are escorting through a Follower Quest goes down, it will not cause the quest to fail. The player can walk up to a downed NPC and revive them with ease.

You can watch the Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak Follower Quest demonstration video below.

Additionally, completing a Follower Quest in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak will strengthen your relationship with the NPC. This new type of single-player quest was revealed during a Monster Hunter Digital Event. The broadcast revealed that certain NPCs will be available depending on the region. This includes Hinoa and Minoto for the Kamura Region, and several prominent NPCs like Fiorayne, Luchika, Jae, Admiral Galleus, and Master Arlow for the Elgado region. More characters will be available as players progress through the game.

Monster Hunter Rise is available for the PC and Nintendo Switch. Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak will release for the PC and Nintendo Switch on June 30, 2022. A Digital Deluxe Edition is available to pre-order.

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