Monster Hunter Rise will bring PC users to the colorful town of Kamura after its debut on Nintendo Switch in 2021.
The time has finally come! Capcom announced today that PC players may now play Monster Hunter Rise in Kamura Village and its environs while battling monsters. PC players will enjoy the performance and visual upgrades in this new PC edition.
Welcome to Kamura Village
A new version also heralds the entrance of new adventure partners. To survive the approaching Rampage, Kamura’s hunters will have to rely on the new hunting partners. While out on a hunt, the “Canyne” Palamute friends join the series’ popular “Felyne” Palicoes in supporting players.
Canyne allies may carry hunters on their backs to rapidly pursue down any fleeing monsters and traverse wide terrain, in addition to bringing their strong attacking powers to any conflict. Wirebugs, on the other hand, enables hunters to nimbly grapple in any direction while hunting, and they may be used with any of the 14 weapon types to produce unique “Silkbind Attacks.”
Players may face swarms of huge creatures in the new Rampage quest type added in Monster Hunter Rise when they aren’t exploring the five vast destinations, such as the Shrine Ruins, Flooded Forest, and Sandy Plains.
Hunters must collaborate with Kamura Village residents to create defensive fortifications and protect the Stronghold barriers against waves of attacking monsters, including any strong Apex monsters that may come during the siege.
A more complete version
Monster Hunter Rise for PC contains a large cast of monsters to battle, as well as all content up to the Nintendo Switch 3.6.1 update. These free title upgrades included a slew of new monsters, including fan favorites Chameleos and Valstrax, as well as collaborative material with games like Okami, Ghosts ‘n Goblins, and others. In addition, the PC version has 4K resolution support, sophisticated graphics choices, voice chat, and compatibility for ultra-wide monitors, among other things.
Monster Hunter Rise is currently available for $59.99 on PC. For $69.99, you may acquire the Deluxe Edition of the game, which includes the Standard Edition as well as a digital DLC pack voucher that can be used to unlock more in-game stuff including a “Kamurai” complete layered armor suit, new gestures, cosmetic items, and more.