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Monster Hunter Rise for PC will embrace all Swap’s post-launch content material on launch day

Monster Hunter Rise for PC will embrace all Swap’s post-launch content material on launch day

New monsters, costumes, and an expanded ending.

In information that is not notably stunning however nonetheless good to have confirmed, Capcom has introduced the excellent Monster Hunter Rise will embrace all post-launch content material to date launched for the Swap model when it makes its strategy to Steam on twelfth January.

Since its arrival on Swap again in March, Capcom has launched a gradual circulate of post-launch content material for Monster Hunter Rise, starting from the large stuff – which is to say new creatures and a correct conclusion to the Kamura Village story arc – to enjoyable smaller additions, together with a sequence of ‘collaborations’ based mostly on numerous online game properties.

In a new post shared on Steam, Capcom has confirmed Monster Hunter Rise will embrace all content material featured within the Swap version as much as its most up-to-date Ver.3.6.1 replace when it arrives in January, and notes all future post-launch content material releases will probably be synched between the 2 variations beginning on the finish of February. Sadly, as beforehand introduced, cross-platform play and cross-saves usually are not supported.

For people who have not been following the Swap launch, in the present day’s information means PC gamers will be capable to sort out Teostra, Chameleos, Kushala Daora, Crimson Glow Valstrax, Apex Diablos, Apex Rathalos, and Apex Zinogre alongside all the bottom sport monsters on launch day.

Moreover, they’re going to have entry to the core quest line’s new ending, plus six crossover costumes (and related quests) based mostly Monster Hunter Tales 2, Okami, Road Fighter, Mega Man 11, Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection, plus Sonic the Hedgehog.

Monster Hunter Rise’s presently launched collaborations at a look.

And naturally, as if that wasn’t sufficient to be getting on with, Monster Hunter Rise will probably be getting a “huge” paid enlargement, titled Sunbreak, on Swap and Steam subsequent summer time.