Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak bonus content: How to claim layered armor & cosmetics

James Busby

Wondering how to claim bonus add-on content in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak? Look no further as our hub will have you claiming all your cosmetic items in no time. 

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is finally out, which means players from around the world can begin taking down the game’s new monsters. Aside from the new Switch Skills, Silkbind attacks, and locations – Hunters that have pre-purchased Sunbreak or the deluxe edition can claim some extra goodies. 

Of course, these add-on items won’t help improve your skills, but they do add some extra style to your Palamutes, Palicoes, and Hunter. So, if you’re looking to add some layered armor, poses, gestures, and other in-game cosmetics to your inventory, then be sure to check out our handy hub below. 

How to claim bonus add-on content Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak

Courier in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak
Claiming add-on content is easy in Monster Hunter: Sunbreak.

In order to claim bonus add-on content in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, you’ll need to follow the instructions outlined below: 

  1. Download Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. 
  2. Boot up the game. 
  3. Head over to the Senri the Mailman in Kamura Village or to the Courier in the Outpost
  4. Select ‘Add-on Content’ from the drop-down menu.
  5. Pick all the DLC items you wish to add to your game. 

Once you have followed the instructions above, you’ll be able to equip any layered armor, poses, and gestures. 

All Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak add-on content

Malzeno fight in Monster Hunter Sunbreak
There’s plenty of cosmetic items to claim in Monster Hunter: Sunbreak.

Those who pre-purchase Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak before the game’s June 30 release date, will receive the “Loyal Dog Costume” Palamute layered armor set and “Striped Cat Costume” Palico layered armor set. 

If that wasn’t enough, Hunter who acquire the Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak Deluxe Edition will be entitled to the following items:

  • “Dragonsbane” hunter layered armor set
  • “C Hound” Palamute layered armor set
  • “F Devout” Palico layered armor set
  • “Take Aim” gesture set (4 gestures)
  • Fight Pose Set (3 poses)
  • “Elegant Eyes” makeup
  • “Fluffy Curls” hairstyle

It’s important to note that none of these items provide any in-game advantages and are purely cosmetic in nature. 

So, there you have it, everything you need to know about claiming bonus add-on content in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. Make sure you check out our Monster Hunter page for all the latest information.