Monster Hunter Wilds announced

Monster Hunter Wilds

Capcom has announced Monster Hunter Wilds, the latest in their popular monster hunting franchise.

Monster Hunter Wilds is set for a release sometime in 2025 for PC (via Steam), Xbox Series X|S, and PS5. Further details are coming next summer.

Here’s a some info on the game, the debut trailer, screenshots, and more:

“We’re thrilled to announce Monster Hunter Wilds today and reveal the newest entry in the Monster Hunter series to fans all over the world,” said Monster Hunter series producer Ryozo Tsujimoto. “Our team is working passionately to create the greatest Monster Hunter experience yet, and we’re eager to play the game with everyone when it launches in 2025. Until then, please look forward to summer 2024, when we’ll have more information to share.”

The Monster Hunter series is now celebrating its 20th anniversary. Since 2004, the beloved co-op action RPGs have sold over 95 million units worldwide. In the games, players hunt larger-than-life foes across expansive natural environments. Each monster poses a unique challenge, so players must plan carefully, form hunting parties with friends, and utilize everything at their disposal to survive these thrilling set-piece quests. As a reward for overcoming their quarry, hunters can harvest the remains to craft equipment and upgrade their customizable arsenal for the challenges ahead.

Everyone looking forward to the upcoming title can start their journey today by picking up Monster Hunter: World™ at a great discount. The highly acclaimed game is on sale now for $9.99 USD on digital storefronts. Monster Hunter World: Iceborne™ and its Master Edition are also currently available for $14.99 USD and $19.99 USD, respectively.

The previous release in the franchise, Monster Hunter Rise and its expansion Sunbreak, have been available for Nintendo Switch and Windows PC (via Steam). Read our review here!



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