Monster Hunter Rise is the latest entry in Capcom’s popular action series, and it introduces some exciting new gameplay mechanics like wirebugs and Palamutes. It also changes up a few core things that series fans might be used to, like separate quest strings with Village and Hub quests. If you’re wondering whether the Village quests in Monster Hunter Rise can be done in multiplayer, here’s what you need to know.
Are Monster Hunter Rise Village Quests Multiplayer?
Unfortunately, the answer is no. Village quests are meant to progress the single-player campaign, and can only be done alone with your Palico and Palamute. There’s no way to invite other players to your game when attempting a Village quest.
This is largely because Village hunts are scaled down a little, and the monsters you encounter for the story are slightly weaker. This makes it easier for players to power through the campaign solo, and is a nice touch for those who just want to experience the story.
However, for players who want a proper challenge, you can attempt the Hub quests either solo or with other players. The monsters that you take on during Hub quests have regular health, and should prove to be more of a challenge if you’re planning on doing them solo.
In addition to that, if you do decide to play the Hub quests with multiplayer, the monsters will be scaled up as well to provide a consistent challenge, so you won’t be able to just stomp them.
It’s unlikely that Capcom will ever enable multiplayer for Village quests in Monster Hunter Rise as they’re pretty easy right now, and multiplayer would make them even less of a challenge. That being said, if that does change, we’ll update this article with the relevant information.
That’s all you need to know about whether Village quests are multiplayer in Monster Hunter Rise. Be sure to check our guide wiki for more tips and information on the game.
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