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Capcom teams up with TiMi to bring Monster Hunter to mobile

Capcom has released a few premium Monster Hunter games on mobile, but we've yet to see a big free to play offering. That will be changing soon, with Capcom teaming up with a mobile specialist studio to produce a new Monster Hunter game for iOS and Android. 

TiMi, a chinese studio owned by Tencent and best known for its work on games like Pokemon Unite, Call of Duty: Mobile and Honor of Kings, is now teaming up with Capcom to make a Monster Hunter game for mobile. There is no release date yet, but Capcom did reveal a little about the upcoming title.

“The in-development game will reproduce the hunting actions that define the Monster Hunter series, and offers players a new game experience unique for mobile devices and phones”, the announcement reads. “This first-time partnership between TiMi and Capcom will combine the experiences and strengths of both sides, allowing Monster Hunter to scale to more platforms with an aim to give global hunters – experienced or new – the freedom to hunt as they desire, anytime and anywhere.”

That is all the information we have for now, but typically there isn't much lag time between a mobile game announcement and release, so expect to see more updates on this next year.

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KitGuru Says: A more casual version of Monster Hunter could work very well on mobile devices, and as we've seen from big games like Call of Duty: Mobile and Genshin Impact, you can also deliver excellent visuals across a broad range of devices. 

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