Monster Hunter Rise Release Date: Capcom’s RPG is Coming to PlayStation Consoles

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Monster Hunter Rise has been around for quite a while as a PC version after it was developed and published by Capcom. The action RPG allows the player to become a hunter obsessed with taking down monsters using innovative weapons. You even have the chance to customize your character as you prefer. As you play the game, your skills will improve, and you’ll become better at protecting the Kamura Village.

Those who prefer their gaming on a PlayStation 5 or PlayStation 4 console should definitely be delighted about the Monster Hunter Rise’s upcoming arrival on these platforms. That’s right: the developers are improving the game to make it more suitable for the advanced technology present on PlayStation consoles.

Monster Hunter Rise comes to PlayStation consoles in January 2023

Those who want to run Monster Hunter Rise on either a PlayStation 5 or PlayStation 4 console will have to wait until January 20 for that! The game becomes available on those platforms at that certain date. Even features compatible with the DualSense controllers that exist on PlayStation consoles will also be present as part of the new enhancements of Monster Hunter Rise.

The game is currently available only for PCs running at least Windows 10 and Nintendo Switch consoles.

A quote from the PlayStation Blog leaves no room for doubts:

Heads up, hunters! Monster Hunter Rise is coming to PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 on January 20, 2023. It’s been a little over two years since the release of the final update for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, so we’re thrilled to welcome PlayStation players to Kamura Village and back into the hunt.

The Steam page of Monster Hunter Rise allows users to download a demo version or even buy the full game at prices starting at 40 euros. You can choose to buy the standard version, the Deluxe Edition, and so on. Are you ready to join the action?



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