Capcom has teamed up with Tencent’s Timi Studio to develop a new Monster Hunter game for mobile devices.
— TiMi Studio Group (@timistudios) November 8, 2022
TiMi Studio Group, which is owned by Tencent, has joined forces with Capcom in order to bring a new Monster Hunter game to mobile platforms. Fans of the franchise can’t help but get excited despite the lack of details regarding the upcoming game.
According to a press release issued by Capcom and TiMi, the collaboration will combine both companies’ expertise and skills, allowing Monster Hunter to be ported to more platforms. This is done with the intention of providing users the option of portability and providing them with something more diverse.
In addition, little else is known about this project, as not many details have been revealed. Nonetheless, TiMi Studio is without a doubt a company that will at the very least provide a satisfactory experience. They’ve previously worked on games like Pokemon UNITE and Call of Duty: Mobile. As a result, it is safe to assume that the creators have prior experience working on other highly profitable mobile games.
The upcoming game aspires to replicate the core features for which the Monster Hunter series is well-known, allowing you to track down powerful monsters. Nonetheless, the game will have an experience that is tailor-made for smartphones and other mobile gadgets.
Monster Hunter World and Rise, the two most recent games in the series, are huge games that can take over a hundred hours to complete. Those hoping for a more relaxed experience with the recently announced mobile release should look elsewhere. Still, putting the most important parts of Monster Hunter into a mobile game could be fun for everyone, since the whole series is about grinding a lot.
We don’t yet have a release date, but the game was just confirmed to be “in development,” so we doubt it will be available anytime soon. This story is far from over, so we’ll keep you posted as soon as we learn any new information.