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Where To Find New Camps In Monster Hunter World

Where To Find New Camps In Monster Hunter World
Want to know where the new camps are hidden? Check out our guide on Where To Find New Camps In Monster Hunter World so you can increase your fast travel options, spawn in closer to objectives, respawn closer to objectives and gain the other various benefits of having more travel options.

Every map has different camps that you can unlock, that are typically not available when you first arrive. We’ve got a guide on how to unlock new camps, but this focuses on the location of each of the camps depending on the zone.

Once you have discovered the camp return back to town and check the Resource Center – Complete Deliveries menu. This will tell you what items are required to upgrade each of the camp locations to feature an actual camp.

Where To Find New Camps In Monster Hunter World

Ancient Forest Camps
Wildspire Waste Camps
Coral Highlands Camps
Elder Recess Camps

We’ll be updating this with more information on Where To Find New Camps In Monster Hunter World as we progress through the game.

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