Monster Hunter Rise will be a Nintendo Switch exclusive title. The game was designed to operate on the Switch, meaning the gameplay, world, and structure was optimized to work on the Nintendo platform. Like every game on the Nintendo Switch, you need to be wary about is available for you to play online and what you can’t. Monster Hunter Rise will have a multiplayer feature, allowing you to embark on quests and hunts with your friends. However, you won’t be able to do it without the Nintendo Online subscription attached to your account, and your friends need one too. Unless you do local co-op multiplayer, which means you need to be in the same room together.
The Nintendo Online subscription allows you to connect to the internet to play online with your friends. You needed it for Animal Crossing: New Horizons if you ever wanted to visit a friend’s island, and the same will work if you ever want to embark on a Monster Hunter with your friends in Monster Hunter Rise. The details are available on Nintendo’s eShop page for Monster Hunter Rise.
The parties will consist of up to four players, so you and several friends can hunt in the wilds near Kamura Village. You and your friends have to prepare to take on the new threats surrounding the area as the rising threat of The Rampage event appears ready to repeat itself, 50 years later, in Monster Hunter Rise.
The multiplayer system in Monster Hunter Rise is much easier to manage than Monster Hunter World. All you have to do is speak with Senri the Mailman palico at the front gates, and you can create a multiplayer or local co-op multiplayer with your friends.