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Monster Hunter Rise Xbox Game Pass, PS4, and PS5 Leaked (Update)

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Monster Hunter Rise will apparently be releasing for Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PS4, PS5, and PC through Xbox Game Pass on January 20, 2023. This information came up in a now deleted post from Xbox Dach, which is an official Xbox Twitter account. It stated that the entry in the Monster Hunter series would be branching out to other platforms other than the Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam. [Thanks, Gematsu!]

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More information about Monster Hunter Rise on other platforms will appear sometime in the future. This will include potential additions to the title. Monster Hunter Rise originally released for the Nintendo Switch, with a PC port of the game appearing in January 2022. The game has proven to be financially successful for Capcom, earning its place as it’s best selling single-platform title shortly after its initial release.

The title also climbed up Capcom’s Platinum Title’s list. It now sits at spot number three, just behind Resident Evil 7 at spot two, and Monster Hunter: World, which has remained Capcom’s best selling title to date.

Update: The official Xbox and PlayStation Twitter accounts confirmed it.

Monster Hunter Rise will apparently appear on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PS4, PS5, and PC through Xbox Game Pass on January 20, 2023. Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak is on the Switch and PC now.

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