As with many other big mobile game releases, Monster Hunter Now featured an extensive pre-registration campaign to drum up hype for the game’s September release. The more players pre-registered, the more rewards everyone would get when the game officially came out, which included helpful in-game supplies. Although the game came out a week ago, we couldn’t actually receive the pre-registration rewards until recently. Here’s how to claim the pre-registration rewards in Monster Hunter Now.
Claiming the pre-registration rewards in Monster Hunter Now
The promised pre-registration rewards have finally dropped in Monster Hunter Now, but the whole thing is a bit confusing. Many players were expecting to receive the pre-registration bonuses as soon as they started playing, but this was not the case.
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Capcom and Niantic decided to withhold the pre-registration rewards for a few days after the game officially launched. Although that means most players had to wait a bit, this also means that you still have time to start playing Monster Hunter Now and be able to claim the rewards, even if you didn’t pre-register for the game.
So, let’s get to claiming those pre-registration rewards. First, update Monster Hunter Now through your operating system’s store. You’ll have to update the game through the App Store or Google Play Store, depending on your device.
Now that you have the game updated to its latest version, simply open the game and when it’s finished loading, it should notify you that your pre-registration rewards are ready to be claimed. To do so, tap on the shop button in the bottom right corner of the screen.
Scroll down to the Supply Items category, and you should see a banner for the Pre-Registration Reward. Go ahead and press the claim button to claim the following:
- Potion x 10
- Paintball x 3
- Founder Medal
- Wander Droplet x 3
- Special Pre-order Makeup x 4
- Item Box Expansion x 500
- Special Carving Knife x 3
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