This week saw two highly anticipated games finally making their way to PC after being a console exclusive. In the tradition of recently released games, we want to know your thoughts on them, and today more specifically about the latest Monster Hunter title that was originally on the Nintendo Switch for nearly a year.
Monster Hunter Rise originally launched on the Nintendo Switch on March 26th 2021, and was the highly anticipated follow up to Monster Hunter World. And just like MH World, it took a while for it to make its way to the PC platform. Was it worth it in the end? Are you enjoying it more than World? We want to know all your thoughts!
Whether you prefer the previous game or are enjoying the new one more, it’s clear that fans are enjoying both very much. Monster Hunter Rise is currently sitting at a “Very Positive” rating on Steam with 81% positive reviews, whereas Monster Hunter World has 86% positive reviews but also with a “Very Positive” rating. The former also has an 87 rating on Metacritic for PC, and the latter scored an 88. So both are rated pretty highly.
Of course this time round, Capcom seems to be a tad bit more prepared for the PC launch, as the major expansion Sunbreak will release for both Switch and PC at the same time. Unlike Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, which took a little while longer to reach PC compared to the Switch.
So what do you think of Monster Hunter Rise so far? Are you enjoying it? Did you play it on Switch already or is the PC version your first playthrough? And are you enjoying it more or less compared to Monster Hunter World? Let’s debate!