Niantic has officially released Monster Hunter Now in Canada, Sweden, Hong Kong, and Singapore exclusively on the Google Play Store.
This exciting news means that players in Canada can now enjoy the full version of the AR-based mobile action-RPG before its global release on September 14th for both Android and iOS. By soft-launching the game in these select countries, Niantic has the opportunity to implement new features and make necessary adjustments to ensure a smooth gaming experience for users worldwide.
Monster Hunter Now is Niantic’s newest game inspired by the successful phenomenon of Pokémon Go, except this time it draws inspiration from Capcom’s incredibly popular Monster Hunter series. Through this immersive game, players can explore their real-world surroundings and encounter a variety of monsters, discover valuable items, and participate in exciting in-game events.
Unlike Pokémon Go, however, Monster Hunter Now offers a more action-packed experience to align with the core Monster Hunter games. By utilizing intuitive touch controls such as tapping and holding, players can seamlessly navigate the game, dodge attacks, and execute powerful combo moves using iconic weapons from the Monster Hunter franchise, such as swords, hammers, bows, and light bowguns. Additionally, players can personalize their hero’s appearance, as well as unlock and upgrade new equipment to enhance their gameplay.
To experience the thrilling world of Monster Hunter Now, you can download the game here. Similar to Pokémon Go, Monster Hunter Now is free to play, with the option to make in-app purchases for additional resources.
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