How To Make It Night In Monster Hunter World
Certain quests and special Endemic Life requires a certain time of day, so how to change the time of day> This How To Make It Night In Monster Hunter World will explain the basics of the day and night cycle so you can better plan your hunts to avoid a lengthy waiting time to complete day or night specific quests.
Some people have reported that resting can influence the time of day. Using the bed when you have the highest level quarters, but sadly this is not true. There is no easy, quick switch to flicking between day and night cycles in your game, although some things do speed it up.
The fastest way to switch between the day and night cycle is to travel long distances. For example, during a quest at the Elder Recess the Lynian Researcher wanted me to speak with him at night. When I first began the quest, as you can see from the picture at the top of this article, it was dawn.
I traveled back to Astera and then back to Elder Recess again, and this time the time was different.
Once again, I fast traveled between the same route and returned to night time.
It only takes a single travel to pass about 8 hours of time so typically, 2 travels is enough to change the time from day to night or night to day.
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