What started as a Nintendo Switch exclusive will soon be playable on PC. This is about the monster game from Capcom Monster Hunter Rise. With the imminent PC release (January 12, 2022), the Japanese company may bring bad news.
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The PC version of Monster Hunter Rise will not have cross-save. This means that your progress on the Nintendo Switch cannot be transferred to the PC variant. The cross-play portion will also not be present when the game is released early next year. Capcom made the announcement via the official Monster Hunter Twitter channel. It is a feature that is very popular among fans; so they teach you. During the development process, the possibilities of cross-save and cross-play were examined. However, it is not currently possible to implement these features, according to Capcom. It has not yet been announced whether this is possible and will actually happen at a later time.
We have listened to your Cross-Save / Cross-Play requests for #MHRise & #break the sunUnfortunately, after looking into it throughout the development process, we found that we were unable to implement it this time. As always, we appreciate your feedback and continued support.
– Monsterhunter October 11, 2021
Monster Hunter Rise has been available for Nintendo Switch since March. It is an action and adventure game where you as a player hunt different monsters. At the time of release, Daan and Jelle began work on this title. Their findings Here to look back. Is it a shame that cross-save and cross-play didn’t make it to the game? We are interested in your opinion. Be sure to leave it in the comments.
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