Monster Hunter Rise is out now on PC almost a year after it initially launched on the Nintendo Switch. With 4K support, high-resolution textures, and improved performance, it’s an impressive port of one of 2021 best games. The PC version also comes with all of the post-launch content released thus far, including a Ghosts 'n Goblins crossover that sees you don the armor of protagonist Arthur.
The Ghosts 'n Goblins collaboration adds a new Event Quest that rewards you with the materials you need to forge the Arthur Layered Armor. Here’s how to access the unique quest and craft the iconic armor of the Silver Knight.
First of all, you’ll want to travel to the Steelworks area in the village hub and talk to Senri the Mailman. Select „Add-on Content” and collect the „Knight in Shattered Armor” Event Quest from the list to add it to your quest board. You can also select „Collect All” to grab all of the DLC that’s currently available if you haven’t already done so.
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Monster Hunter Rise has finally launched on PC, bringing with it both visual and performance improvements over the original Switch version. The PC release also includes all of the post-launch content released thus far, as numerous crossovers with other Capcom properties are available to play right out of the box. One of those is a collaboration with 2021’s other Monster Hunter game: Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin. Here’s how to access the Event Quest associated with this crossover and craft the Tsukino Costume Layered Armor for your Palico.
Head to the Steelworks area in Monster Hunter Rise’s village hub and speak to Senri the Mailman to pick up the quest. Select „Add-on Content” and collect the „Bird Wyverns of Ruin?” Event Quest from the list to add it to your quest board, or press „Collect All” to grab all of the DLC that’s currently available.
Next, go to the Gathering Hub and talk to Minoto the Quest Maiden. Select „Event Quests” and the Bird Wyverns of Ruin quest can be found under the „Low Rank” section. This is a 1* Low Rank quest so you can complete it right at the beginning of the game without too much fuss.
Since the original Halo hit shelves back in 2001, the series has been all but synonymous with the first-person shooter genre, which raises a pretty interesting question: what would Halo be like without all the frenetic firefights and diverse guns? Turns out, the answer is still „fun as hell.”
Earlier this month, a Halo speedrunner named Tom shared a highlight reel on his YouTube channel, Simply & Slick, showcasing him beating Halo Infinite on the game’s highest difficulty without firing so much as a single bullet. While the entire campaign took Tom about four hours to complete, he managed to condense the experience into an impressive half-hour long video, filled with jaw-dropping moments.
So, how did he manage to do it? A whole lot of energy swords, gravity hammers, grappleshots, and energy coils. Tom also allowed himself to utilize glitches as long as they were ones inherent in the game, meaning mods of any kind were a strict no-no. Much of his technique for beating the game relied upon using the grappleshot’s ability to latch onto the game’s explosive coils, allowing him to launch himself across large distances and avoid enemy encounters. At one point, Tom even managed to hijack a Pelican that ultimately allowed him to skip nearly half the game.