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Monster Hunter Rise no tendrá cross-play ni cross-save entre PC y Nintendo Switch

Monster Hunter Rise will finally stay no cross play. Capcom has issued a statement through the social network Twitter to indicate that, after studying this possibility due to the great existing popular demand, there will be no cross-save ni cross-play between versions of Nintendo Switch and PC.

Although initially a survey was published to find out if the public was interested in being able to enable the cross game and the cross progression Cross-platform, Capcom has declined this opportunity citing development difficulties to implement it: “Unfortunately, after having studied it during the development process, we have found that we cannot implement it this time. As always, we appreciate your continuous comments and support ”, they explain in the message, which affects not only Monster Hunter Rise, but also Sunbreak, the expansion that will be released next summer.

What we know about Monster Hunter Rise for PC and Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak

Monster Hunter Rise for PC will arrive on Steam this coming January 12, 2022 with compatibility with ultra-wide monitors, resolution up to 4K and with framerate unlocked, so that those who wish can play well above 60 FPS. It will be possible to play with keyboard and mouse and voice chat will be enabled. You can check here the minimum and recommended computer system requirements.

When it comes to Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, it is a “gigantic” expansion; in the purest Monster Hunter World: Iceborne style. We have recently seen the new dragon Malzeno, which we can challenge after completing chapter 7 of the story. This expansion will offer new stories, locations, missions and monsters; Also new mechanics and additions that will make the experience even better compared to what was seen in the base game.

After selling more than 7.5 million units worldwide for Nintendo Switch, Monster Hunter Rise will land on the computer in search of the 10 million accumulated copies.

Source | Capcom

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