Tuesday, October 26th, 2021

Monster Hunter Rise Appears in January-Tokyo Game Show 2021

Capcom has announced that Monster Hunter Rise for PC (via Steam) will be released on January 12, 2022.

Introduced at the Tokyo Game Show 2021, the steam version of this game boasts many updates to the original switch version: 4K resolution support, high resolution textures, unlimited frame rate, optimized keyboard and Mouse control, voice chat, ultra-wide 21: 9 display support.

A demo of the PC version of the game arrived on October 13th, so you can see what’s coming up. The demo includes online multiplayer and offline solo play, will allow you to use all 14 weapons, and includes two tutorials. After the tutorial, three quests will be available for Great Izuchi, Mizutsune, and Magna Maro.

Released as a limited switch in March, Monster Hunter Rise received an 8/10 review as “a combination of classic Monster Hunter ideas, some of the world’s best improvements, and unique, clever new mechanics.” Did.

After the leak suggested that the game would eventually get an improved PC release, Capcom confirmed that the game would get a PC release. “The PC version of Monster Hunter Rise was particularly requested by overseas players, so we decided to develop the PC version,” said producer Ryozo Tsujimoto at the time.

Rise will receive a “major expansion”, Sunbreak, in the summer of 2022 – the PC version will receive it at the same time.

This article has been updated with new details provided by Capcom after its publication.

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