The top 3 reasons to play Monster Hunter Rise Deluxe Edition PC
Protect Kamura Village from hordes of monsters in an all-new quest type! Prepare for monster hunting on a scale like never before!
Control raging monsters using Wyvern Riding and dish out massive damage to your targets!
Wield 14 different weapon types that offer unique gameplay styles, both up-close and from long range.
About Monster Hunter Rise Deluxe Edition PC
Rise to the challenge and join the hunt! In Monster Hunter Rise, the latest installment in the award-winning and top-selling Monster Hunter series, you’ll become a hunter, explore brand new maps and use a variety of weapons to take down fearsome monsters as part of an all-new storyline. The PC release also comes packed with a number of additional visual and performance enhancing optimizations.
Ferocious monsters with unique ecologies - Hunt down a plethora of monsters with distinct behaviors and deadly ferocity. From classic returning monsters to all-new creatures inspired by Japanese folklore, including the flagship wyvern Magnamalo, you’ll need to think on your feet and master their unique tendencies if you hope to reap any of the rewards!
Choose your weapon and show your skills - Wield 14 different weapon types that offer unique gameplay styles, both up-close and from long range. Charge up and hit hard with the devastating Great Sword; dispatch monsters in style using the elegant Long Sword; become a deadly maelstrom of blades with the speedy Dual Blades; charge forth with the punishing Lance; or take aim from a distance with the Bow and Bowguns. These are just a few of the weapon types available in the game, meaning you’re sure to find the play style that suits you best.
Hunt, gather and craft your way to the top of the food chain - Each monster you hunt will provide materials that allow you to craft new weapons and armor and upgrade your existing gear. Go back out on the field and hunt even fiercer monsters and earn even better rewards! You can change your weapon at any of the Equipment Boxes any time, so the possibilities are limitless!
Hunt solo or team up to take monsters down - The Hunter Hub offers multiplayer quests where up to four players can team up to take on targets together. Difficulty scaling ensures that whether you go solo or hit the hunt as a full four-person squad, it’s always a fair fight.
Stunning visuals, unlocked framerate and other PC optimizations - Enjoy beautiful graphics at up 4K resolution, HDR with support for features including ultrawide monitors and an unlocked frame rate make to make this a truly immersive monster-hunting experience. Hunters will also get immediate access to a number of free title updates that include new monsters, quests, gear and more.
Enjoy an exciting new storyline set in Kamura Village - This serene locale is inhabited by a colorful cast of villagers who have long lived in fear of the Rampage - a catastrophic event where countless monsters attack the village all at once. 50 years after the last Rampage, you must work together with the villagers to face this trial.
Experience new hunting actions with the Wirebug - Wirebugs are an integral part of your hunter’s toolkit. The special silk they shoot out can be used to zip up walls and across maps, and can even be used to pull off special attacks unique to each of the 14 weapon types in the game.
Buddies are here to help - The Palico Felyne friends you already know and love from previous Monster Hunter adventures are joined by the brand new Palamute Canyne companions!
Wreak havoc by controlling monsters - Control raging monsters using Wyvern Riding and dish out massive damage to your targets!
Fend off hordes of monsters in The Rampage - Protect Kamura Village from hordes of monsters in an all-new quest type! Prepare for monster hunting on a scale like never before!
Great game. One of the best in the series in terms of innovation to overall combat and map mobility. Good on the Nintendo Switch, but pleasing on the PC.
The bad is the $60 starting price for a mobile port is by far the biggest slap in the face.
Visuals and innovative simplicity
Reviewed by Baka Frgollus
Monster Hunter Rise Is Nice for Co-op
Honestly if you want co-op with your buddies while being in a chilled laid-back game mode, this is the one, plus unlike Moster Hunter World, there is no force cutcenses, just finish the village tutorial and you're off.
Great Co-op from the start of it being unlock
Reviewed by Andras
Fun, fairly similar to World
The game is really fun solo, even more so than World which, to me, wasn't as fun solo. The game still has a big part in regards with online play and playing with friends, and likely is more fun that way. The music is good, the intros to new areas are fun, the overall style is in my mind better than what World offered, and overall it's a solid Switch port. One negative I can think of is the fact that there aren't nearly as many mods for the game yet, and there also isn't a nice relaxing bath like there was in World, nor can you upgrade your room like in World.
Good music, fun intros to new areas.
Fairly good monster designs.
Reminiscent of the Edo period.
No room upgrading.
Not really an improvement on World, more so for fans of the series.
Reviewed by Jakazumi
It´s really a great game but some things are better at Monster hunter world. But still great game after all.
a good amount of actions in game
sometimes the combat is buggy but thats alright
Reviewed by Han
All about hunting!!
hunting monster is never ending and you gonna love this game, no lying.
Reviewed by Andres
Simplier than World but still Monster Hunter
i will say that with the title i say enough feels like Capcom is trying to make a mixture of what World was with the game structure that the classic monster hunter games got about the village quests and the gathering hub quests but with the mobility that World applied to the saga i will still recommend the game to friends but is in a under level to what World was graphically cannot blame it it was supposed to be a game of the franchise in Switch but i don't feel that inmmersion i felt with World
Reviewed by Joshua
The game was great
Enjoyed my first few hours of the game because it wasn't that demanding of a graphics that I did some mission first the game is really same as the old series one like the DS, and PS just straight up missions and some talk.
Reviewed by Johnny
I purchased it on switch, and was able to get a great price for PC. Definitely would recommend for new and veteran hunters.
Reviewed by Hlebka
An extremely inferior successor to World
Rise is not by any merit a bad game, but it's worse than World and much worse than MHW+IB by amount of effort put in the game and by the amount of content it has.
And the worst out of all is the full price Capcom is asking for it, making the game even a bigger ripoff.
Some monsters are really fun to fight compared to World (Narga,Zinogre,Rathalos,Jyuratodus, Teo).
Bigger variety of monster types in general, but only in low tier.
New weapon moves with wirebug can be fun.
another delayed port from Capcom with some serious bugs on release day.
Amount of lategame content is just pathetic and there is almost no actual reason to grind.
99% of events have monsters copypasted from main game and give layered or stickers/poses without any new usuable gear to farm.
No beta/alpha armor variants which makes theorycrafting extremely limited and boring, only ONE set of armor visually for both LR and HR which makes fashioncrafting also very limited.
Port isn't looking graphically tuned and doesn't differ from switch version, just higher resolution and uncapped framerate.
Visually game looks dated with washed up color palette and loses in graphic quality to the 4 years old game - MHW.
All music themes ruined by vocal tracks and choir bits, the production quality is also really low(new composer who never worked on MH game).
Tiny maps, not new but redesigned from previous MH games. The absence of endemic life, small size an makes it look a reskinned arena where you fight monsters rather than immersive part of the world.
Kamura hub feels cheesy - there is no day/night cycle, it's really small even for a village with very few NPCs and feels like everything in it was created just to serve you. The food theme Capcom picked for the game is also one of the lamest ones - dango - colored dumpling on a stick.
The new gimmick - wyvern riding breaks the flow of the game and forced on you really hard compared to previous games where in most cases you could just not mount or not use the CC.
Wirefall escape skill that gives you an ability to reposition really fast after being knocked back - removes a lot of challenge from the game. Just ignoring it is impossible since some monsters have attacks that require using wirefall to not get comboed on the ground or in the air.
Extremely streamlined gameplay where you can run around on the dog and sharpen during the fight, can get into the fight with the monster in seconds after spawning, mine nodes with one hit, don't need hot/cold drinks, can zip easily from one part of the map to another and don't need to actually "hunt" monster and keep research levels maxed out - you only need to see the monster once and then its movement and position will always be visible on the map - could have easily renamed the game to Monster Fighter.
A lot of pandering to the japanese audience which can be a good thing but here it just panders way too much.
New gimmick defense mode is boring and can't be ignored.
Downgraded multiplayer with only 4 player lobby.
Monster icons lost their visual clarity just to look like japanese painting.
really basic fonts existing along with heavily stylized ones which looks jarring.
Giant unscalable UI with shadows that obstruct the view with half of UI elements being Lowres with visible jaggies and some are high res, looks weird and bad.
I suggest this game to people who REALLY starving for a Monster Hunter game and played MHW for thousands of hours like me. Brace yourselves for the worse experience than World in pretty much every regard.
For other people - wait for at least 40% sale, it will happen sooner than you think.
new weapon moves
no endgame content
No b/a armor
an upscaled 3DS game
Reviewed by nhan
Game is great, graphics is awesome, best $40 ever spent, great sequel to the Monster Hunter franchise, hope to see CD Keys thrive