Monster Hunter Rise for PC will include post-launch content of all Switch on release day •

New monsters, costumes, and an extended end.

Not in the news. Especially Surprising but still happy to confirm, Capcom has announced that the fabulous Monster Hunter Rise will include all the post-launch material released for the Switch version so far when it hits Steam on January 12.

Since returning to Switch in March, Capcom has released a steady stream of post-launch content for Monster Hunter Rise, which includes big stuff – meaning new creatures and the story arc of Kamura Village. An appropriate result. Small additions, including a series of ‘collaborations’ based on various video game features.

In a new post shared on Steam, Capcom has confirmed that Monster Hunter Rise will include all the features featured in the Switch Edition until its latest Ver.3.6.1 update in January, and notes That is, all future post-launch content will be released. Synchronization between the two versions starting in late February. Unfortunately, as previously announced, cross-platform play and cross-save are not supported.

For those who aren’t following the switch release, today’s news means that PC players will have Teostra, Chameleos, Kushala Daora, Crimson Glow Valstrax, Apex Diablos, Apex Rathalos, and Apex with all base game monsters at launch. Will be able to deal with Zinogre. Day

In addition, they have six crossover costumes (and related questions) in addition to the new end of the Core Quest line, up to Monster Hunter Stories 2, Okami, Street Fighter, Megaman 11, Ghosts and Goblins Resurrection, and Sonic the Hedgehog. There will be access.

Monster Hunter Rise’s current collaboration at a glance.

And of course, as if that wasn’t enough to keep the work going, Monster Hunter Rise will receive a “massively” paid extension next summer entitled Sunbreak on Switch and Steam.

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