How to Join Friends Quest in Monster Hunter Rise

If you want to know how to join friends quest in Monster Hunter Rise, you’ve come to the right place. The game absolutely lets you do that, you just have to jump through a few simple hoops. Just don’t think that you’ll have that much of an easier time with the monsters, though. That said, it’s always so much more fun to battle all sorts of gigantic beast with people screaming in fear on Discord. So, with the intro out of the way, let’s get into the nitty-gritty.

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how to join friends quest in monster hunter rise
How to Join Friends Quest in Monster Hunter Rise

How to Join Monster Hunter Rise Friends Quest

To join a quest with friends in Monster Hunter Rise, the first thing you need to do is make sure that you’re in the same lobby. You can do this in two ways; either create your own lobby and invite them in, or join their lobby. Whoever makes the lobby needs to share the lobby ID with the rest of the crew. Then, the rest of you can use the “Search by Lobby ID” feature in order to find the exact one the host made. The steps are pretty easy to follow from there. Just keep in mind that you can “only” have up to four players per lobby; at least, that was the case on the Switch.

The last step to join friends on quests in Monster Hunter Rise is to find the Quest Board near Minoto the Hub Maiden. Choose whichever quest you want to go on and accept it. The mission should then begin for everyone in the lobby. Now, there is one thing you need to know at this juncture, and that is that monster difficulty scales with the number of people in the lobby. In other words, you are not gonna have an easier time just because you have friends over. Compounding the “issue” is that you can all only bring one Palamute and Palico each as opposed to the usual two. So, good luck to all of you.

So, that’s about all there is to it. If you need further help with the game, feel free to check out some of our other Monster Hunter Rise guides. We’ve got articles like How to Fix Failed to Save Bug, Best Palico Support Type, and many others.

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