At this year’s E3 Capcom announced the ongoing work on “Monster Hunter World”. According to a current announcement by the company, Kaname Fujioka has an old acquaintance.
What had been ghosting in the weeks before the event, was officially confirmed in this year’s E3.
Capcom is indeed working on a new “Monster Hunter” -buffer for the PC as well as the consoles. This is named “Monster Hunter World” and according to official data is presented with different playful innovations. Promises include a drop in / drop out coop, a grab hook, or more open areas.
To take the fans out of their sails, Capcom confirmed that we are dealing with the next main track of the series, which in the meantime was even managed under the name of “Monster Hunter 5” Which was already responsible for “Monster Hunter 4” and “Monster Hunter Ultimate”.
Capcom also pointed out in a recent statement that another old acquaintance will return. The talk is of serial creator Kaname Fujioka, who is involved as a co-producer and is to ensure that the expectations of the fans are met.
“Monster Hunter World” will be released in early 2018 for the PC, the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4.