Monster Hunter Rise is heading to PlayStation and Xbox as well as PC Game Pass, letting even more players enjoy the latest of Capcom’s hunting RPG on PS5, Series X|S as well as their past-gen counterparts.
In a new trailer, they announced that the game would be coming to non-Switch consoles on 20th January 2023, with the Sunbreak expansion releasing in Spring.
This also includes past-gen consoles, bringing the game to Xbox One and PS4.
The next-gen versions of Monster Hunter Rise will include a 60fps mode, as well as 4k resolution 3D audio and adaptive triggers (PS5 only) .
According to Capcom, Monster Hunter Rise will release with all of the updated content of the base game, letting players fight Crimson Glow Valstrax as well as experience the true ending of the Rise campaign.
The news comes following leaks yesterday reported by Insider Gaming, who said the announcement was originally slated to be at The Game Awards next week, though Capcom has not confirmed that the trailer reveal was brought forward because of that.
Monster Hunter Rise is one of the best selling Capcom titles, with the publisher officially reporting over 11.2 million units sold across Nintendo Switch and PC.
The title is third in overall sales, behind Resident Evil: Biohazard (11.3 million) and Monster Hunter World (11.8 million), which marked the series multiplatform debut.
This could be set to change once the series releases on more plaforms though, considering how close it’s already trailing behind Resident Evil.