Monster Hunter Now gets September release date

Monster Hunter Now

Capcom and Niantic have announced a release date for Monster Hunter Now alongside more details for the game’s initial release.

Their new smartphone spinoff, Monster Hunter Now, is launching on September 14th for iOS (via the App Store) and Android (via Google Play).

Here’s a rundown on the game’s release, plus an archive of the game’s showcase:

A total of 13 monsters will be available in the game at worldwide launch: Great Jagras, Kulu-Ya-Ku, Pukei-Pukei, Barroth, Great Girros, Tobi-Kadachi, Jyuratodus, Paolumu, Anjanath, Rathian, Legiana, Rathalos and Diablos. To learn more about these monsters visit here. These monsters will be found in unique habitats such as forest areas, desert areas, or swamp areas. As hunters explore around their towns, they’ll discover these habitats and find monsters specific to those areas.

Weapons: weapons including ‘Sword & Shield’, ‘Great Sword’, ‘Long Sword’, ‘Hammer’, ‘Light Bowgun’, and ‘Bow’ will be available at worldwide launch.

Most importantly, Monster Hunter Now will release worldwide on September 14, 2023. This collaboration between Capcom and Niantic has been years in the making, and we can’t wait to bring the world of Monster Hunter to the palm of your hands. In the meantime, don’t forget to pre-register for the game on the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. The more pre-registrations we get leading up to the global release, the more rewards you can earn! Let’s work together to hit these global milestones and earn some great rewards at global launch.*

  • 500,000 pre-registrations – Potion x10 & Paintball x3
  • 1,000,000 pre-registrations – Founder Medal & Wander Pebble x3
  • 2,000,000 pre-registrations – Special Pre-Order Makeup x2 & Item Box Expansion +500
  • 3,000,000 pre-registrations – Special Pre-Order Makeup x2 & Double Rewards Ticket x3
  • 5,000,000 pre-registrations – 10k Zenny & Item Box Expansion +500
    (Item names and icons are subject to change)

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