MONSTER HUNTER RISE - GUIDE ON HOW TO RESET THE COUNTER OF THE 30 MONSTERS HUNTED IN THE DEMO

 Here's how to keep trying the Capcom game despite exceeding 30 huntable monsters.


MONSTER HUNTER RISE - GUIDE ON HOW TO RESET THE COUNTER OF THE 30 MONSTERS HUNTED IN THE DEMO


Between last evening and the night of today 8 January, the demo of Monster Hunter Rise has finally been made available , the highly anticipated next chapter of the Capcom action-rpg series coming exclusively to Nintendo Switch . After unveiling the imminent arrival of a limited-period demo on the Nintendo eShop , many fans flocked to the digital store of the hybrid console, even breaking down the servers of the Kyoto house, which this morning even had to carry out maintenance emergency. This demo, however, features a maximum of 30 monsters to hunt, which once passed will no longer allow you to start any of the four missions present in this trial version of the game. Fortunately, the community of fans of the franchise was able to find a way to solve this particular problem, by resetting this counter as much as they want and allowing players to be able to hunt without worrying about the limit imposed by the demo.


Resetting the counter of 30 huntable monsters in this Monster Hunter Rise free trial is a fairly easy task and can be done in two different ways. The first is simply to start the demo using another profile on your Nintendo Switch or even create other ad hoc ones, so as to essentially have the possibility to infinitely reset the kill counter since each of these will always have thirty available. hunts. The other method is slightly longer, but just as simple, as it will only be necessary to delete the save data dedicated to the Capcom title (and will save your Nintendo Switch from being invaded by a myriad of "ghost accounts"). Here are the steps to follow to delete your data:


  1. From the HOME menu, select the “System Settings”.
  2. Select the item “Data management”, and then “Delete the save data”.
  3. Choose the icon dedicated to the demo version of Monter Hunter Rise.
  4. If possible, choose the user for whom you want to delete the save data, otherwise select "Delete all save data"

In this way it will be possible to return to have fun with this limited-time demo of Monster Hunter Rise, which we remember will be available for download until next February 1st , the day in which this version will no longer support online multiplayer and will be removed from Nintendo eShop. To get your hands on the full title, however, we will have to wait until March 19 , the day when this Capcom action-rpg will be released on the hybrid console of the great N.

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