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Monster Hunter Rise Goes Cross-Platform

One of the longest-running video game sagas and one that has gained the most followers in recent years is Monster Hunter. Capcom’s monster hunting saga began as something exclusive to the Japanese country, but little by little it ceased to be a niche game and expanded to the western market. In the Nintendo 3DS era, Monster Hunter featured several titles, all of which were exclusive to Nintendo’s portable console. These titles followed a more conservative formula, which changed with Monster Hunter World, the first major title in the saga to come out on a multiplatform basis, although not on a Nintendo console. However, Nintendo Switch users, despite having had Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate (a Nintendo 3DS port of Monster Hunter Generations), we expected a game typical of the hybrid. And of course, Capcom gave us what we wanted, coming Monster Hunter Rise.

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Monster Hunter Rise

Monster Hunter Rise Goes Cross-Platform

Monster Hunter Rise was released as a temporary exclusive for Nintendo Switch at the end of March 2021, and for PC in January 2022. Later, Capcom announced a major expansion, Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, which would arrive on June 30 of this year. same year. A few days ago, the rumors set off alarm bells, and that is that a supposed insider confirmed that Monster Hunter Rise would be released for the rest of the consoles. However, the rumor has turned out to be true, since the very Capcom has confirmed the news:

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Monster Hunter Rise will be released for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows, Game Pass, PS4 and PS5 on January 20, 2023. And not only that, but Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak will be released in the spring of 2023. The exclusivity of this Monster Hunter on Nintendo Switch was lasting a long time. For this reason, we can also understand why Capcom has not released DLCs with Nintendo character outfits as it did in other games in the series. With all this, we wish all the new users joining the Kamura region a good hunt.

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