Last September in a Nintendo Direct, the existence of Monster Hunter Rise, the new installment of monsters and creatures developed by Capcom, was revealed. This title is based on an action and adventure RPG where players incarnate new hunters to meet all kinds of creatures that they must face with the weapons and skills available. In addition, the title maintains the function of obtaining rewards after eliminating monsters. Monster Hunter Rise has a third-person perspective. It was originally going to be exclusive to Nintendo Switch, but we just learned that it will be temporary for a while and we know the price Nintendo paid for it.
Temporary agreement figure
It recently leaked that Monster Hunter Rise would also arrive on the PC platform, so it would be a temporary exclusive game for the hybrid console Nintendo Switch. Thanks to the colleagues on the Nintendo Life website, we have found out the amount that the Japanese company paid for Monster Hunter Rise on Switch for x months. The figure is about 6 million dollars to get the game to be a few months on the Nintendo laptop. We leave you with the revealing document, which has been extracted by a Twitter user:
Nintendo exclusivity terms have been the most quoted figure as "fact". It isn't though, because there's a "No PC Version Entry". However the difference is "just" 200 million yen (20mil$) from No PC, to PC announced 6 months later and released 9 from Switch Launch. pic.twitter.com/KgIwP4k6We
— AsteriskAmpersand (@AsteriskAmpers1) December 14, 2020
Monster Hunter Rise, is expected to arrive on PC in October 2021, a few months after the initial release on the console that is scheduled for March 26, 2021. And before launch, Capcom announced a demo of the new Monster Hunter for you players try out some new mechanics. Of course, the demo will be limited in the eShop and the date of its publication is unknown.