With “Monster Hunter World” the “Monster Hunter” series in the west the final breakthrough to succeed. As Capcom’s Kaname Fujioka assures in a recent interview, however, no known elements of the series will fall victim to the red pencil.
At this year’s E3, Capcom announced the latest offshoot of the Action Rolling Game series, “Monster Hunter World,” and confirmed what had already been the talk of the E3 in the form of rumors.
So Capcom decided to turn the Nintendo 3DS family’s back on “Monster Hunter World” on the PC as well as the two home consoles Xbox One and PlayStation 4. In addition, Capcom had to understand that the “Monster Hunter” series with the latest part of the final breakthrough on the western market is to succeed.
Monster Hunter World: Capcom will not remove items for the West
As many fans of the series feared that Capcom would cut the range too much to the West and remove familiar features, Game Director Kaname Fujioka once again ensured clarity in a recent interview. “The seamless transition between the cards has a great impact on the gameplay. Based on what will be improved and what we will not touch,” Fujioka is quoted.
“We do not take things that people in the West hate, and they adapt to people in the West buying the game, some people have the fear or fear of it, but that will not happen We know the action, we know the Monster Hunter action, we do not just want the players to enjoy the game and buy it, we also want the players to feel that way That they are dealing with a Monster Hunter through and through. ”
“Monster Hunter World” will be released in 2018.