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Monster Hunter World Mods Make Meowscular Chef Playable

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The Meowscular Chef is one of the more recognizable Monster Hunter World NPCs, and now two UberGrainy mods make the character playable. The Meowscular Chef Palico gives you a small version of the character who will accompany you on your hunts. However, there is also a Meowscular Chef Player Pack that turns a person’s avatar into the iconic cook.

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Both of these Monster Hunter World Meowscular Chef mods replace existing armors or looks in the game. In the case of the Palico, Xeno’jiiva Palico armor is needed to get the look in-game. People can also apply UberGrainy’s Felyne Iron Sword mod that gives the Palico a larger than usual weapon.

Here’s a look at the Palico Meowscular Chef mod.

As for the Monster Hunter World Meowscular Chef mod that changes the way a human looks, people will see The Witcher 3 Geralt of Rivia or Gamma version of Faux Felyne Helm and Male Buff Body replaced in-game. In the case of the former, you have a full Meowscular Chef look. The latter options separate the parts into a head and body for mixing and matching.

Here’s how a hunter will look when the Meowscular Chef Player Pack is applied.

Monster Hunter World is available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, and all of these mods can work with the PC version. Other mods for the game did things like make Fatalis look like Spyro the Dragon.

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