Monster Hunter Rise: demo playable on PC thanks to a Nintendo Switch emulator

Monster Hunter Rise: demo playable on PC thanks to a Nintendo Switch emulator
There are still a couple of months left until the release of Monster Hunter Rise, the new game of the series planned exclusively on Nintendo Switch. Meanwhile, the Hunters can pass the wait by playing a free demo, available on the eShop, which the creators of the Ryujinx emulator have even managed to run on PC.

The well-known Nintendo Switch emulator, Ryujinx , has recently been updated to better reproduce the Monster Hunter Rise demo on PC, thanks to some bug fixes and performance improvements, which in the first instance left something to be desired. As you can see in the opening video of the news, the game runs in a more than dignified way. There is even support for local and online multiplayer play, which is possible among Ryujinx users. The creators of the emulator, meanwhile, continue to work on improving the software and raising funds through a Patreon page, which at the time of writing has more than 300 supporters.

With this news, of course, we don't want to no way to support piracy, a practice that Everyeye editorial team condemns in all its forms. The goal is simply to keep you updated on the progress made in programming this type of software. As for Monster Hunter Rise, we remind you that it will be launched in its full form exclusively on Nintendo Switch on March 26th.

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