After the successful release of Switch, Monster Hunter Rise is known to have been launched on PC as well. There is now finally a definite release date for this.
On the occasion of Tokyo Game Show 2021, Capcom has now announced the much-anticipated release date for the PC version of Monster Hunter Rise. Just in time for the Asian Trade Fair, which this time will be held digitally due to the pandemic, it has been confirmed that such implementation will be available from January 12, 2022.
You’ll be able to convince yourself of the PC version significantly earlier, because Capcom has also announced a playable demo – with only a few days left. The beta should be available on Steam as of October 13, 2021.
Various fishing options are available to you in the demo. You can play solo and offline as well as online multiplayer with up to four players. There are also a total of 14 types of weapons to choose from and they can be used to hunt monsters. The whole thing is rounded out by the training option and wyvern riding tutorial.
The PC version will have some platform-specific features. This includes 4K resolution and support for ultra-high-resolution 21:9 screens.
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