Latest News Your Hard-Earned Monster Hunter Rise Progress Won’t Transfer From Switch To PC Monster Hunter Rise won’t include an option to transfer saves from Switch or play with folks on other platforms when it arrives on PC early next year, the series’ official Twitter account confirmed today. Read more… Published 4 days ago on October 11, 2021 By admin Monster Hunter Rise first launched on Switch last March, providing a more traditional monster-hunting experience compared to 2018’s widely acclaimed Monster Hunter World. Its introduction of ridable canine companions and more fluid movement options made the game an immediate hit with longtime fans, but newcomers found difficulty acclimating to its convoluted controls and lack of in-game direction. Like previous Monster Hunter installments, Rise is very much a game about constant progression. Every hunt is in service of gathering resources for weapons and armor that are, in turn, used to defeat bigger prey for resources to make even better equipment. G/O Media may get a commission As such, dedicated players on Switch have spent the last six months developing badass hunters and expanding their armories. The fact that they won’t be able to carry that progress over to the PC version—which promises to be a much more beautiful, technically impressive experience than on Nintendo’s relatively underpowered hardware—is a huge bummer. It should be pointed out that Monster Hunter: World also didn’t include cross-platform save transferring or cross-play, so at the very least Capcom is being consistently disappointing. Advertisement Monster Hunter Rise comes to PC on January 12, 2022 with support for 4K and ultrawide resolutions as well as uncapped framerates and high-resolution textures. Sunbreak, the game’s first major expansion, is planned to have a simultaneous release on Switch and PC sometime next summer. Just don’t expect to be switching between platforms for the foreseeable future. Source: kotaku.com Related Topics:2022aarticlebecapcomconsolescross-platformcross-playenebaequipmentexpansionFrameratesfuturegameGamesGamingGooglehunthunteridifintroductionitJapankotakumonsterMonster HunterMonster Hunter RiseMultiplayermultiplayer online gamesNewsNintendoNintendo Switchonlineonline gamesPCPreyriseRobotsrole playing video gamesrole-playingshortcutSwitchTwitterVideovideo gamevideo game consolesVideo Gamesvideo games developed in japanvideo gamingweaponsWindowswindows gamesyou Up Next Corpse Party Heading To Modern Platforms With Expanded Story Content And New Characters Don't Miss Genshin Impact’s Latest Character Announcement Is Bringing Out The Thirst Continue Reading You may like Netflix boss claims violent videogames prove Dave Chappelle’s latest standup special is harmless Back 4 Blood Review Animal Crossing Updates, Pokémon Brilliant Diamond | All Things Nintendo Animal Crossing Fans Are Obsessed With Its New Froggy Chair An Inside Look at Campaign and Zombies in Call of Duty: Vanguard Game Scoop! 647: Favorite Game of All Time – That Isn’t a Sequel? Click to comment Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.