You won't be able to play together: The PC version of Monster Hunter Rise will not support cross-play with Nintendo Switch

Exactly three months later, the Monster Hunter: Rise role-playing action will be released on PC. Currently, the project is only available on the Nintendo Switch, but users of the two platforms will not be able to play together.

Exactly three months later, the Monster Hunter: Rise role-playing action will be released on PC. Currently, the project is only available on the Nintendo Switch, but users of the two platforms will not be able to play together.

This was announced by Capcom on the official Twitter of the game. According to the developers, they hear the players' requests for the introduction of a common progression and crossplay system, but they will not be in Monster Hunter: Rise. During the development process, the authors encountered some limitations that do not allow the implementation of this functionality.

The PC version of Monster Hunter: Rise will go on sale on January 12, and the demo will be released on Steam tomorrow. The computer port will support 4K resolution, unlimited frame rate, high-quality textures, HDR, ultra-wide monitors, keyboard, mouse, and voice chat.

In the summer of 2022, the game will receive a major paid expansion of Sunbreak with a new storyline, monsters, locations, gameplay mechanics and much more.