Monster Hunter Rise for PC: First ratings of the PC version

Appears on Wednesday Monster Hunter Rise for the first time also for the PC. So far, the game from Capcom was exclusively available for the Nintendo Switch. Shortly before the release, the first ratings for implementation on the Internet have already been published. At the moment, the title at Metacritic is average 88 out of 100 points. This means that the PC port has exactly the same rating as the Version for Nintendo Switch in March 2021.

How is Monster Hunter Rise doing for pc?

In the tests, the Capcom team is consistently for the excellent port praised. Numerous options are available to the players in the graphics settings. Among other things, the title can now be in 4K with unlimited frame rate be played. While the Switch version was limited to 30 FPS, PC gamers now benefit from significantly smoother gameplay. Also support for Widescreen-Formate is in.

What’s in the PC version of Monster Hunter Rise?

Here, too, the international press is more than satisfied with Capcom’s work. All previously released content for Monster Hunter Rise (buy now 29,99 € /47,99 € ) on Nintendo Switch are already in the PC implementation of the monster hunt. Incidentally, the Sunbreak extension appear directly for the PC in summer. There is then no longer any additional waiting time due to exclusivity.

The game status cannot be transferred across platforms

Only one Point of criticism is the lack of option the Score from Nintendo Switch to PC. Capcom has admitted beforehand that this will not be possible in Monster Hunter Rise. However, the team did that Feedback taken to heart and want for future games work on an appropriate option.

Monster Hunter Rise received these ratings for the PC

Those: Metacritic

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