Capcom’s Monster Hunter series is getting a mobile game developed by Tencent-owned Timi Studio Group. Game developer company is known for games like Call of Duty: Mobile, Pokemon Unite, and Arena of Valor.
The game currently has no official name or release date, simply referred to as Monster Hunter Mobile. Timi Studio Group announced the news on its Twitter.
The official press release said:
“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.
“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.”
In the latest financial report, Capcom announced that Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak has sold 4.4 million units, and the success of the expansion also increased the sales of the original game Monster Hunter Rise with 11 million copies sold.