The game comes as no surprise, but progress that stays where it is falls under “damage”.
Monster Hunter Rise players looking to take advantage of an upcoming PC port will have to start over and will not be able to play with Switch owners.
Following the recent Tokyo Game Show presentation, which revealed Sunbreak details and announced Rise for PC in January, Capcom released a poll asking about the features gamers wanted; After overwhelming requests for cross-play, or at least official cross-save support, Monster Hunter’s official social media accounts announced that the options would not be available.
We have your cross-save / cross-play inquiries for. heard #MHRise & #Sunrisebut unfortunately we examined it throughout the development process and found that we cannot implement it this time. As always, we look forward to your continuous feedback and support.
– Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) October 11, 2021
In contrast to the Switch version, which runs at 30 frames per second, the PC version of Rise promises an unlimited frame rate; this would make crossplay between the two platforms more difficult. Cross-Save has been patched in Switch games with post-release PC versions, particularly in the case of Daemon x Machina, and unofficially There are tools for moving savegames between the Switch and PC versions of Monster Hunter Stories 2.