Monster Hunter Rise’s Steam Launch Is Big, But Not As Good As World’s

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Monster Hunter Rise had a very successful Steam launch, as it looks like players have been waiting since 2021 to play the old version.Nintendo Switch Monopoly has flocked to PC to see all the buzz about Kamura village. The PC port even appeals to people pumped 100 hours into the first release on Switch.

Launch in January 12, 2022, Monster Hunter Rise on PC – at the time of writing – has seen a peak concurrent player count of 134,262 (according to the stats recorded on SteamDB). Those numbers immediately pushed the game down to second place when Capcom’s PC launched, usurping the throne The pinnacle of Resident Evil Village with 106,631 concurrent players when it launches in May 2021. It’s interesting to see a series like Monster Hunter, split between the two branches with World and Rise in the future, attracting more players than the more mainstream-oriented series like Resi.

Speaking of Monster Hunter World, Rise doesn’t come close to the final game in the series’ popularity during its launch week. Back in 2018, Monster Hunter World became the first Monster Hunter title on PC, and record breaking for Capcom, Steam and Japanese games in general, which peaked at 240,901 concurrent players on Steam during launch.

However, there is still a chance for Monster Hunter Rise to catch up; we could see another notable hit to the game’s popularity when great expansion of Sunbreak launch the game later this year.

Monster Hunter Rise launches on PC on January 12, 2022 and gets updated armor and weapon sets tied to Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, Okami, Street Fighter, Mega Man 11, Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection and not Capcom Sonic the hedgehog. If you’re jumping (or jailbreaking) into the game and want to know how to get the most out of your hunts – and get the best loot every run – you can check out our Monster Hunter Rise beginner’s guide, Battle, Farm and Boss guide at the link.

https://www.vg247.com/monster-hunter-rise-pc-steam-concurrent-players Monster Hunter Rise’s Steam Launch Is Big, But Not As Good As World’s

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