The forthcoming launch of Dragon Hunter Rise is a exciting launch for longtime fans of the RPG series from Capcom, bringing with it more combat, more palicoes, and sometimes even some good puppers. While the Shift release is set in stone for March 26, Capcom has confirmed that a Monster Hunter Rise PC interface is on the way but will probably be a staggered launch like games previously.
With Monster Hunter Rise falling shortly a month, many PC fans wondered whether and when the game will be making it over onto a more moddable platform. Capcom has verified yes after several leaks in a recent interview with GamesRadar. During the meeting, string producer Ryozo Tsujimoto confirmed that a PC release is from the cards, but it will not be happening this season.
During the interview, Tsujimoto verified that a PC port is currently growing because Capcom has”many enthusiast requests” with this platform. After Capcom attracted Dragon Hunter World to PC, especially with Iceborne, the community grew exponentially, and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive after the first launch once the first technical issues were taken care of. Because of that, Monster Hunter Rise will also make a solid PC port, concerning player interest, and will open up chances for more enthusiasts to be able to take pleasure in the continuation of the franchise.
We’ve been learning a great deal about Monster Hunter Rise over the past few years, adding a demonstration for Switch fans to enjoy. Between the recently revealed Dragon Hunter Rise Switch game and Guru controller and the latest trailer showing off much more critters, there are many reasons to be thrilled about another step in the Monster Hunter heritage.
As to whether or not we’ll see a Xbox and PlayStation port, that remains to be seen. Could that open to more programs? It’s possible! But at this time, these are the only two that are verified.