Monster Hunter mobile game in development by Tencent’s Pokemon Unite studio

Monster Hunter mobile game in development by Tencent’s Pokemon Unite studio

Capcom’s highly successful Monster Hunter series has received another stab at the mobile market thanks to the newly announced partnership with Tencent.

More specifically, the project is a collaboration between Capcom and Timi Studio Group – the Tencent-owned developer behind the likes of Call of Duty mobile, Pokemon Unite and Arena of Valor – and promises to reproduce the hunting actions that define the Monster Hunter series” for mobile devices and phones.

“This first-time partnership between TiMi and Capcom will combine the expertise and strengths of both sides,” states the press release announcing the news, “allowing Monster Hunter to expand to more platforms with the goal of giving global hunters — experienced or new — the freedom to hunt.” As they like, anytime and anywhere.”

Monster Hunter Rise’s Sunbreak expansion launched on PC and Switch earlier this year.

Details are still very limited at the moment, but more will be revealed soon.

Recent years, of course, have seen Monster Hunter finally break free of its “niche” reputation in the West, as the likes of Monster Hunter World and the follow-up to Monster Hunter Rise have helped propel the franchise into the big leagues. Capcom recently confirmed that Monster Hunter Rise sales have been Exceeded 11 million units Worldwide, the series has totaled 88 million – making it the publisher’s second best-selling series after Resident Evil.

A successful adaptation of the mobile phone can help push this number much higher.

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