Capcom has announced plans to host a digital event for Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak next month.
Led by Monster Hunter Rise director Yoshitake Suzuki, the showcase promises to reveal new details about gameplay, monster species, and more. Last month, Capcom confirmed the Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak release date as June 30, 2022. To be able to play the upcoming expansion, users will need to own the base Monster Hunter Rise game, which was released for Switch in March 2021 and for PC in January 2022.
The paid DLC will include new storylines, locations, and monsters, as well as newly added hunting actions and a new difficulty called Master Rank. There will be a standard digital-only version of Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak, a Deluxe Edition that includes additional content such as exclusive armor sets, gestures and hairstyles, and a Monster Hunter Rise Edition. + New Sunbreak for Nintendo Switch and PC.
Monster Hunter Rise was first released in March on the Switch. The PC version was released this year along with the game’s expansions, with such a schedule many gamers expected that Capcom would announce Cross-Save or Cross-Play support in the upcoming expansion. Monster Hunter Rise’s next name is Sunbreak.
The lack of support for Cross Save means that many gamers when changing systems will be forced to play from the beginning, and with a game as heavy as Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak, this is an unpleasant experience. Not to mention they have to find reliable teammates because the game also doesn’t support cross play, so your friend list will almost completely change. This is a rather confusing decision of Capcom when more and more games support these two features so that gamers can conveniently enjoy the game. It is known that the PC version of Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak, in addition to having many special versions, will improve many things such as images and sounds, so many hunters have been looking forward to the day of testing it. .
According to many fans, the reason why Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak does not support Cross-Save and Cross-Play may be due to Capcom’s poor management of hackers in its games. Remember many years ago when Monster Hunter World set foot on PC, the problem of hacking and cheating happened almost uncontrollably, there was a time when the powerful bosses in the game could not last more than 1 minute when facing the game. PC player with a bunch of add-on tools. So to ensure the user experience on all systems Capcom will have to divide into separate groups of gamers to manage, maybe in the future after everything is stable they will open the two features above.