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7 minutes of gameplay from the Monster Hunter-like Wild Hearts



Dynasty Warriors developers Omega Force, together with EA, will enter the monster hunting genre with Wild Hearts. In the announcement trailer from last month we got to see some quick glimpses of gameplay, but now they're back with a proper seven minute gameplay trailer.

There we get to see the player moving around in the game world, Azuma, and emphasize how big a role building various skin pairs will play, not only for easier hunting monsters, but also for getting around. The player builds, among other things, a helicopter-like glider, a large harpoon to create a cable car up a mountain, and a simple platform to more easily get up to a plateau and the giant pig that is there.

However, the pig proves to be too powerful, and before the second attempt the player receives reinforcements from another player. Together they spear the pig's knuckle, and there the demon ends. Wild Hearts will be released on February 17, 2023 for Playstation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.


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