Timi Studio Group has announced a collaboration with renowned studio Capcom to develop a Monster Hunter mobile game. Timi is a part of the Tencent family and is known for its development on Call of Duty mobile, Pokémon Unite, Arena of Valor, and Honour of Kings. It has a lot of experience in adapting franchises for mobile, especially something with a strong multiplayer focus.
While details are slim, we expect to hear more about Monster Hunter mobile (which has no official name yet) over the coming weeks, as Timi has stated it has much more information to share soon. But in the brief announcement, Timi and Capcom outlined their aim to “combine the experience of both sides, allowing Monster Hunter to scale to new platforms with an aim to give global hunters – experience or new – the freedom to hunt as they desire, anytime, and anywhere”.
Both Timi and Capcom have been doing stellar work recently, with Pokémon Unite reaching a huge audience with its tight MOBA gameplay and addictive formula, not to mention Capcom’s recent success with Monster Hunter Rise, possibly the best Monster Hunter game on any handheld device. While we don’t know much, the pedigree speaks for itself, so we look forward to hearing more about a new way to experience and enjoy the Monster Hunter series in the near future.
Monster Hunter mobile release date speculation
There are very few details on Monster Hunter mobile so far, as Timi and Capcom only just announced the collaboration. The earliest we expect to see the title is summer 2023, and even then, that’s very optimistic. We hope to share more concrete details on any potential launch windows or release dates as soon as the information is available.
Is there a Monster Hunter mobile trailer?
There’s not currently a trailer for Monster Hunter mobile, but we’ll update this article as soon as one becomes available.
We hope you’re excited hunters and keep tuned to Pocket Tactics for all the latest information on Monster Hunter mobile as it comes in. If you need something to play today, be sure to check out our guide to the best mobile RPGs next.