Monster Hunter Rise has finally made its way to PC and players are loving it. The game has a bunch of concurrent players on Steam. From constant updates to fun events, Monster Hunter Rise has it all. If you lost your original save file, worry not because we have a solution for you.
With that said, the Monster Hunter Rise 100% completed save game file saves you from all the hassle of unlocking things as all aspects of the game are already unlocked for you. If you were in the mood of checking out how the game feels like when it is fully completed, the save file is the perfect way to do so. In case you missed it, we have an extensive guide on how you should configure your Monster Hunter Rise settings for the best performance and maximum FPS.
Download 100% Save Game File for Monster Hunter Rise
Downloading the 100% completed save file for Monster Hunter Rise is extremely simple. After doing so, you’ll be playing the game with all progress already made. After downloading though, you’ll need to import the save file which you can find down below.
However, if you are a new player, we highly suggest that you play the game normally. It won’t be as fun if you directly unlock everything. Also, before applying the 100% save file, you should back up your current file.
Update: Let us know below in the comments if you need the new Sunbreak expansion save file. Or if you have already completed the new story, drop us a comment and we will add your save file here.
How to Import MHR Save File
Extract save files to Monster Hunter Rise save location PC:
- Windows: <Steam-Folder>\userdata\<User-ID>\1446780\remote
- Linux: <Steam-folder>/steamapps/compatdata/1446780/pfx
- After pasting the files, you should be good to go!
If you are wondering what you will do after getting the 100% save file, don’t worry, there is a bunch of content to go through. You will find over powered bosses all over the world of Monster Hunter Rise. However, don’t worry because you will have extremely strong weapons to take them on.
We would love to hear your thoughts about Monster Hunter Rise. Did the save file work for you? Let us know in the comments down below!