The new Monster Hunter Wilds gameplay was revealed at the Summer Game Fest

June 7, 2024 by No Comments

During today’s Summer Game Fest 2024 showcase, Capcom revealed a new trailer for Monster Hunter Wilds, which confirmed various fresh details.

First, the game is confirmed to be released on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S|X and PC in 2025. The game will be playable at Gamescom 2024, including the first hands-on game demo. You can watch the brand new trailer below:

The official game description reads, ‚ÄúPrepare to experience the most cinematic and immersive story in the history of the Monster Hunter series. When Monster Hunter Wilds launches on PS5 in 2025, find out what’s in store for you and your friends in this vast, seamless land full of monsters.

In the previous trailer, Capcom confirmed that Monster Hunter Wilds will be released sometime in 2025. A new release window for the game should undoubtedly create a big buzz, especially as the franchise celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.

Capcom first announced Monster Hunter Wilds at The Game Awards 2023 with a brief gameplay trailer. The trailer teased new environments and a secret mount system.

Since then, Monster Hunter Socials have been regularly teased Monsters to comeVia Twitter , letters and more.

Capcom recently revealed that the Monster Hunter series will reach 100 million units in cumulative sales by March 2024, and Wilds will surely increase those numbers.

So, even though the core series is still on hiatus after Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, it continues to evolve. Monster Hunter: World earned impressive Steam chart numbers in January 2024 after the reveal and notable discount.

For now, fans of the franchise can enjoy Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin on the Nintendo Switch. Capcom has confirmed that a Switch port for the original Monster Hunter Stories is coming this summer as well.

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