YouTube’s ‘gaijin hunter’ has shared a video, showing 8 minutes of gameplay footage from the PC version of Monster Hunter Rise. The YouTuber had early access to the PC demo that will come out later today. Thus, this video will give you an idea of what you can expect from it.
Monster Hunter Rise is a co-op Action RPG that aims to elevate the series with brand new gameplay features, such as your new buddy Palamutes, the versatile Wirebugs, Switch Skills, Wyvern Riding, and the all-new quest type, the Rampage.
The PC version will feature high-resolution HD textures and uncapped framerates. Moreover, it will have optimized keyboard & mouse controls, voice chat, support for 21:9 monitors, as well as some other PC optimizations.
Do note that the game will be using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Capcom also claims that there will be a limit activation (only five different PC activations per day). So, let’s hope that MHR won’t suffer from the same stuttering issues that initially plagued Resident Evil Village.
You will be able to download the demo from its official Steam store page (once it goes live).
Monster Hunter Rise will release on PC on January 12th, 2022. Here are also its official PC system requirements!
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