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Where To Claim DLC Items In Monster Hunter World


If you pre-ordered Monster Hunter World, you get a bunch of DLC items. This guide will tell you Where To Claim DLC Items In Monster Hunter World so that you can get a little boost at the start of your game. If you pre-ordered Monster Hunter World there are a variety of special packs and in-game items that you can claim from the DLC menu.

Complete the initial tutorial in story mode and then head to your room. Inside you will find a Housekeeper. Speak with the Housekeeper and he will give you a large list of items that you can claim. Note: You can only claim each DLC reward a single time. This is also where you claim your Commendation Packs, these are special items that were given to players that participated in, and defeated all the available monsters, in the Monster Hunter Worlds beta.

Here are some of the DLC & beta items you can claim at the Housekeeper.

  • Samurai Set
  • Beginner / Intermediate / Expert Commendations Pack
  • Face Paints
  • Gestures
  • Stickers

That’s it for Where To Claim DLC Items In Monster Hunter World. Any questions, post below.

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