If you’ve enjoyed Capcom’s Monster Hunter World and are hoping to see more Monster Hunter-related content in the future, you’ll be pleased to learn that it has since been announced that there will be a new expansion for the game called Iceborne that is currently scheduled for a release in the fall of 2019.
Last month it was confirmed that a live-action movie based on Capcom’s Monster Hunter franchise is in the works. The movie is being directed by Paul W.S. Anderson and will star Milla Jovovich, both of whom were also behind the Resident Evil series of movies, and when photos from the movie set emerged, there was some concern regarding the movie’s direction.
Just the other day Capcom announced that a live-action movie adaptation of Mega Man would be made, but it seems that is not all Capcom has to announce. The company has also recently confirmed that a live-action movie adaptation of its Monster Hunter franchise would be made as well.
Capcom seems to be on a roll releasing Monster Hunter games, such as Monster Hunter World and Monster Hunter Generations which was recently made available for the Nintendo Switch. Now if you’re looking to bring your monster hunting with you on the go, then you might be interested to learn that Capcom has since announced Monster Hunter Stories for mobile.
Last year and much to the delight of many a Monster Hunter fan, Capcom announced a new installment in the franchise called Monster Hunter World. The game was announced for the PS4, Xbox One, and the PC, although the PC release would be arriving later, although Capcom did not mention when.
Fans of Capcom’s Monster Hunter must have been pretty excited when Monster Hunter: World was announced as it represented a brand new title in the franchise. However Nintendo Switch gamers must have been disappointed when Capcom said that the game would not be coming to the console.
Fans of the Monster Hunter game will be interested in finding out that there’s going to be a movie based on this title and that it’s going to star Milla Jovovich. According to a new report, the upcoming Monster Hunter film will be going into production this September. It’s going to be directed by Paul W. S. Anderson and just as Resident Evil: The Final Chapter was filmed in Cape […]
If you’ve already played through Capcom’s Monster Hunter World and would like to see some new content, you might be interested to learn that Capcom has recently detailed the upcoming Deviljho update on its blog. This is the game’s first major update since its release which will introduce a bunch of new features to the game.
We’re sure many gamers were disappointed when Capcom said that they would not be bringing Monster Hunter World onto the Nintendo Switch. The company claimed that doing so would be difficult, and while they did not dive into specifics, it seems that game studio Iron Galaxy might have an idea of what they’re talking about.
Capcom’s Monster Hunter franchise is a huge one, so it’s not surprising that when Monster Hunter World was launched, it sold pretty well where it managed to move a whopping 5 million units within the first three days. Now it turns out that it has also become Capcom’s best-selling game of all time.
Following the massive success that is Monster Hunter: World, it once again reignited the demand that Capcom bring the game onto the Nintendo Switch, who unfortunately will be missing out on the latest title in the Monster Hunter franchise. Capcom is of course well-aware of the demand, but it seems that bringing the game to the Switch could be hard.
In certain video games, one way to regenerate health, energy, mana, and so on is by eating or drinking items. Back then such items were somewhat inconsequential and were more utilitarian than anything. However in recent times, we’ve started to see developers pay more attention to such items, resulting in some pretty well-crafted food items in game.
Usually in games once you’ve chosen your character, you’re more or less stuck with it in terms of certain features, like the character’s face, hair, eyes, nose, and etc. There are some things that can be changed, like armor, but if you wanted to change the way a character looks on a base level (such as expressions), once you’ve made your choice you’re pretty much stuck with it.
Monster Hunter: World appears to be taking the world by storm soon after its launch. It has only been three days since this title was released and Capcom has revealed that it has moved five million units of Monster Hunter: World merely three days after the game was launched. The figure combines shipments across the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It also includes digital download sales on both gaming platforms.