There is less left for Monster Hunter Rise, Capcom’s successful title of the monster hunting saga of all shapes and colors, lands on Steam after its temporary exclusivity on Nintendo Switch. The game will debut on computers on next january 12 And, as a summary of its main benefits and novelties with respect to the version for the Nintendo hybrid, Capcom has released a short but complete launch trailer (goes Gaming Bolt). Remember that, although it is not specified in this new advance, Monster Hunter Rise There will be no crossover progression and play between PC and Switch.
Monster Hunter Rise will be released on PC with a new range of exclusive filters with a look very peculiar and eye-catching. Among them, we can find the typical black and white filter to give the game a monochrome look, a cuttlefish filter for a somewhat warmer overall color appearance, a japons style filter that offers a somewhat less saturated image, a filter that has been dubbed Warring Lands-style that enhances red colors and cinematic black and white and sepia filters. In addition, the title will feature support for ultra-normal monitors, resolution of up to 4K, enhanced textures that shine in high resolution and framerate unlocked without limits.
The PC version will have all the contents of Switch
Remember also that Monster Hunter Rise on PC have all content included in the Nintendo Switch version including Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, a gigantic expansion More details about which we will learn in spring. If you have played the Switch version and are curious to try first hand the additions of the PC version or simply want to check if your computer is capable of running the title correctly, Capcom reminds us that you have a free demo at your disposal on PC. Do you want to enter the monster hunts again or for the first time?