Monster Hunter Rise Freebies Available Right Now For All Players

Capcom is distributing a free item pack for all Monster Hunter Rise players to celebrate the game's big sales milestone.

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Monster Hunter Rise has shipped 5 million copies within its first week, and Capcom is celebrating that milestone by giving away a free in-game item pack for all players. This bundle is called the Kamura Pack 1, and it includes an assortment of consumables and other items to help you on your hunts.

The Kamura Pack 1 contains the following:

  • 30 Mega Potions
  • 30 Well-Done Steaks
  • 10 Large Barrel Bombs
  • 5 Mega Demondrugs
  • 5 Mega Armorskins

Before you can claim the free item pack, you'll need to have installed Monster Hunter Rise's latest update. Once you've done that, speak to Senri the Mailman in the center of Kamura Village and choose Add-On Content from his list of options to receive the pack.

That isn't the only freebie that Capcom is offering to Monster Hunter Rise players right now. Following the recent "Give Me Honey" campaign across the official Monster Hunter Twitter accounts, Capcom is distributing 50 free honey to all Rise players. This freebie can similarly be claimed from Senri the Mailman.

Capcom released Monster Hunter Rise's version 1.1.2 patch earlier this week, and it resolved a number of bugs in the game, including one related to the Action/Hurt poses that prevented some players from opening their save file. However, a new Melding Pot bug has now been discovered. Rise's first big content update, meanwhile, is slated to arrive later this month and will introduce several more monsters to hunt, including Apex Rathalos and the Elder Dragon Chameleos.

If you're still finding your way around Capcom's hit new action-RPG, we've put together a variety of Monster Hunter Rise guides to help you out, including tips on how to kill every monster and which weapons are best for beginners. You can see more of our Monster Hunter Rise guides below.

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