EA and Koei Tecmo have unveiled their feudal Japan-inspired Monster Hunter: Wild Hearts. Today, the hunting game returns to reveal its gameplay in broad daylight.
7 minutes of gameplay for Wild Hearts
Will Wild Hearts be a serious competitor to Monster Hunter? While waiting for a grip to get an opinion, EA has just shared seven minutes of gameplay of its new hunting game. Like Capcom’s flagship license, players must roam a world where towering creatures reign supreme. To tame this universe in the grip of chaos, alone or in cooperation, the players will be able to rely on karakuris. Sophisticated mechanisms for crafting various structures capable of weakening enemies or helping the character gain height.
This essential tool will also be particularly useful for moving around by creating platforms or even zip lines. Flexibility and creativity will be the key words to take advantage of the hunting grounds. Despite this small originality, difficult not to make the comparison with Monster Hunter. Like its inspiration, Wild Hearts will require breaking parts of monsters’ bodies, knocking them over, or even putting them into a daze. The game will probably stand out for its particularly successful artistic direction, which has a small effect on the flowery terrain of the Hanagasumi hills. As a reminder, Wild Hearts will be available on February 17, 2023 on PS5, Xbox Series and pc.