How to Hide Your Helmet in Monster Hunter: World

You don't need to hide beneath that helmet any longer.

While accessorizing is just as much fun as slaying creatures in Monster Hunter: World, you may grow tired of seeing your same old helmet after a while. Is there an option to hide your equipment, or are you going to be wearing this gear forever?

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How to Hide Head Armor in Monster Hunter: World

If you’re hoping to hide your headgear in Monster Hunter: World, the option to toggle it is hidden within the options menu. Enter the Pause Screen, and navigate to the System option. You’ll find it on the far right as two gears. Enter the options menu, and go to Page 2.

Underneath Subtitles, you’ll find the option for Head Armor. By pressing the Confirm button, you’ll have the option to switch between the following choices:

  • Show.
  • Hide.
  • Hide in Cutscenes Only.

For example, in the photo above, I was able to remove my Tzitzi Head Armor, which could be a little distracting at times. No matter if I want to keep it on while I’m playing but have it disappear while I’m in a cutscene, or just keep it on at all times, the customization option allows me to make my journey through Monster Hunter: World exactly how I’d like it to be.

Thankfully, since you won’t lose out on any of the stats of your equipment, you can explore the world before you with your hair blowing in the wind. It’s a great feature to have, especially if your helmet normally obscures everything about your character’s face.

Get ready for all of the adventures ahead by checking out our Monster Hunter: Worlds section below. Find out where you’ll need to go to get your hands on plenty of Aquacore Ore, or just to refresh yourself on some of the monster lore before heading out on the biggest hunt of your life.

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Shaun Cichacki

As a fan of RPGs, Action & Retro titles, Shaun has been gaming since he was a young boy. With an overwhelming obsession involving Metal Gear Solid and Pizza Tower, you know you're in for a wild ride when it comes to things he's writing about.