Rampages are a new tower defense type mini game that you’ll face as you progress through the Village Quest in Monster Hunter Rise.
How to complete Rampages
Once you’ve set up you arena, you’ll have three of the following ways of completing the Rampage:
- Defeat all three hordes.
- Defeat the Apex Monster
- Complete one side quest.
Types of Hunting Installations
|Manned Type||Requires a mounted hunter to fire|
|Auto Type||Activates automatically in certain cases|
|Limited Supply Only||Only a certain number of these can be set up|
|Stalker||Focuses on attacking hunters|
|Targeter||Uses ranged attacks to go after hunters|
|Gate Crasher||Focuses on destroying gates|
|Special||A type different from any of the above.|
How to play Rampages
Once you’ve started a Rampage Quest, you’ll begin a preparation phase where you’ll want to place Mountable, Auto and Limited types of Hunting Installation to use against the incoming enemies. Below you’ll find a list of tips to help make these Rampage Quests easier.
Place a variety of devices
During the preparation phase, make sure to place a variety of devices both manned and auto, so you can take control if the situation goes bad. As you level up your Stronghold, you’ll gain access to more powerful Hunting Installations. You’ll also be able to deconstruct your installations and replace them
Level up your Stronghold
As you’re playing through a Rampage, you’ll want to work on getting your level up, as it’ll unlock more devices to use against the stronger enemies in the later rounds. This can be done a lot quicker if you complete the Side Jobs which are shown on the left of your screen.
However, once you complete this Rampage and go into another one, your level will be reset back to 1.
The Gong Hunting Installation
Throughout the Rampage you’re given a counterattack signal, this means your attacks will be stronger, so make sure to go all out during this phase. You can also trigger this yourself by interacting with the Gong.