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Post by Eorl @ 10:19am 20/04/13 | 5 Comments
Capcom has today revealed that their recently announced Monster Hunter Online title will be making its way to international waters for the first time. The game will be handled by Tencent and powered by Crytek's CryENGINE 3 technology.
As a PC-exclusive installment in the hit Monster Hunter franchise, Monster Hunter Online will give millions of new players the chance to experience the Japanese phenomenon. The MMORPG will contain Monster Hunter’s trademark blend of vast environments, awe-inspiring fantasy creatures and in-depth customization options.

“The Monster Hunter games are known for immersing players in breathtaking worlds where great gameplay and spectacular sights go hand in hand,” said Areil Cai, Director of Business Development - CryENGINE. “CryENGINE 3 is the perfect fit for the series, and will ensure Tencent Games and Capcom are well equipped to make Monster Hunter Online the groundbreaking MMORPG experience fans worldwide are eagerly anticipating.”
Currently no other details have been released on the new MMO or when to expect it, however it's safe to say that we will probably still be hunting monsters.

Check out the reveal trailer below.




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skythra
Posted 06:34pm 20/4/13
Beautiful engine, and since i realised if you played any MH game which was slated for japanese only release outside of japan they banned you, i've been keeping an eye out for a PC release.

MH is the merger of the best traits between the complexity of equiment of Diablo (2), the scale of WoW and the boss fights of Shadow of the Colossus. I'm expecting a good game.
jmw2689
Posted 09:10pm 20/4/13
You'd think they'd make a walk animation with a little less model clipping... Surely they knew there'd be ridiculously huge weapons in a monster hunter game.
skythra
Posted 10:06pm 20/4/13
You'd think they'd make a walk animation with a little less model clipping... Surely they knew there'd be ridiculously huge weapons in a monster hunter game.

What's your review of skyrim/oblivion walking animation?
Dazhel
Posted 10:28pm 20/4/13
Currently no other details have been released on the new MMO or when to expect it, however it's safe to say that we will probably still be hunting monsters.

Whoa, slow down there. Let's not jump to any conclusions. :)
BladeRunner
Posted 11:14pm 20/4/13
I would have liked a single player MH on PC.
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