Monster Hunter Now is a mobile version of Capcom’s beast-slaying RPG, so here’s all you need to know about the release date, gameplay, and how to acquire beta access.
Monster Hunter Now is Niantic’s latest mobile title, bringing Capcom’s popular RPG to mobile devices. The game focuses on real-world encounters with the series’ most terrifying adversaries, allowing hunters to track down and hunt animals in city streets, parks, and neighbourhoods worldwide.
This is undoubtedly inspiring news for Monster Hunter fans, especially those who enjoy Niantic’s other famous title, Pokemon Go. So, if you want to learn more about the game, our hub offers information on the release date, gameplay, and more.
Monster Hunter Now Release Date & Platforms
On September 14, 2023, Monster Hunter Now on Android and iOS will be available.
Here is a tweet from Monster Hunter Now about Release Date & Platforms:
Thank you for waiting, hunters!
“”Monster Hunter Now”” is primed for release on Thursday 14th September 2023 🎉
We’re also taking pre-registrations right now❗
Sign up and get your hands on exclusive items✨
— Monster Hunter Now (@MH_Now_EN) July 28, 2023
Now is the time to pre-register for the game on the official website, and there will be interesting incentives for those who do so at various pre-registration milestones. Here is the complete catalogue of benefits:
|500,000||Potion x10 & Paintball x3|
|1,000,000||Founder Medal & Wander Pebble x3|
|2,000,000||Special Pre-Order Makeup x2 & Item Box Expansion +500|
|3,000,000||Special Pre-Order Makeup x2 & Double Rewards Ticket x3|
|5,000,000||10k Zenny & Item Box Expansion +500|
Monster Hunter Now Gameplay
While the clip was brief, it did give us a taste of how the game will play. The clip shows players working together to knock down monsters like the series’ flagship Rathalos, using legendary weapons to deliver lethal strikes.
On the other hand, it concentrates on real-world encounters that “entice players to go out with their Palico and encounter incredible monsters.”
Meanwhile, Monster Hunter series Producer Ryozo Tsujimoto noted, “Niantic’s AR technology delivers a ‘here and right now’ hunting experience, something that can be played casually while honouring the gameplay and hunting action that only Monster Hunter can offer.
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