Some time ago, publisher Capcom presented Monster Hunter Rise, a new offshoot of the popular series for the Nintendo Switch. The title will be released for the console on March 26, 2021. A current leak now shows that this will only be a time-exclusive thing. Accordingly, Monster Hunter Rise will also appear for the PC in 2021.
According to the information, the exclusivity should have a duration of six months. This means that the PC version should not come before the end of September 2021. Those responsible at Nintendo are said to have paid almost six million US dollars for the deal. The leak also resulted in the first technical details for the implementation for the PC. Accordingly, the title will support modern frame rates such as 144Hz and 165Hz. G-Sync, Free-Sync and support for ultra-widescreens are also on board. Monster Hunter: World was also released for the PC six months later in 2018. But there was no deal back then.
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