Despite notable improvements, there is a point where the PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One versions of Monster Hunter Rise will be far worse than the Nintendo Switch version.
After releasing in 2021/2022 on PC and Nintendo Switch, Monster Hunter Rise is getting closer to competing home consoles. Collectors at heart, go your own way.
Monster Hunter Rise will make a minimum on PlayStation and Xbox
Surprisingly, it was one. Capcom announced that Monster Hunter Rise will be porting to PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One on January 20, 2023 for $39.99 or Xbox Game Pass at launch.
A version that will be optimized for these consoles, especially the current generation. There will be two graphics modes on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S: Quality at 4K 60fps and Performance at 1080p at 120fps, as well as 3D audio. This is good news, but there is also bad news.
Unlike the Nintendo Switch edition, Monster Hunter Rise for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One will only be available digitally (via Gematsu). Therefore, there is no physical version for collectors or those with internet connection issues. The Sunbreak expansion will arrive on these platforms, but on a delay, from Spring 2023. In other words, between March and June. DLC that requires the original game.