Transcendent Rhino Sunbreak MHR

Looking for the Transcendent Rhino location in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak? The first fully fledged Monster Hunter Rise expansion has arrived and it has come with an abundance of new content. Players are able to experience a whole new storyline with new monsters, locations, Quest Types, gameplay mechanics, and much more. New content undoubtedly means some new questions from players as well. One particularly evasive item for many players is the Transcendent Rhino. If you don’t know how to get the Transcendent Rhino in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak, this guide will pinpoint its exact location.

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Transcendent Rhino Sunbreak MHR

Where to find Transcendent Rhino in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak

The Transcendent Rhino item in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is described as “A radiant beetle of legendary magnificence. A legend in the making.” It is an Account Item of rarity 4. As with most of the account items, you will use them to obtain points. However, many players don’t know on what map you find the Transcendent Rhino. If you are one of those players, don’t worry, we have all the answers for you.

So, where do you find it? In order to get the item, you will need to go to the Flooded Forest location. If you are a veteran Monster Hunter Rise player, you’ll be familiar with the map. This is not a new place added with the expansion, rather an already existing map, but with some new content from the expansion.

The item can be obtained from the Shining Rhino location on the Flooded Forest map. The location in question is on the Piramide in the Flooded Forest, it’s not particularly hard to find the place. If you have any issues finding this exact spot, check out our video guide. It will help you find the exact spot of the Shining Rhino.

Transcendent Rhino Sunbreak MHR
Shining Rhino Location in Flooded Forest
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