Capcom and Niantic are preparing for the release of Monster Hunter Now, a mobile game in the spirit of Pokémon Go. According to the company, it aroused great interest among the audience. At the moment, over 3 million people have pre-registered in the game.
In Monster Hunter Now, gamers explore the real world and fight monsters. You can fight either alone or in a group of up to four people. If desired, gamers can mark the found monster with paint and arrange a fight at home.
The global release of Monster Hunter Now will take place on September 14. According to the developers, 13 types of monsters will be available to users at the start.