We are just days away from the arrival of Monster Hunter World on PS4 and Xbox One and the moment has almost arrived for more excitement for the fans of the series, who are preparing for another season of hunting. On the occasion of the launch, Kaname Fujioka and Yuya Tokuda, the directors of the game, talked about some of its features and responded to the now inevitable question about the possibility of it coming to Nintendo Switch.
In an interview conducted by IGN, Kaname Fujioka and Yuya Tokuda were questioned about the experience that novice and veteran players will encounter when they begin their adventure in Monster Hunter World.
In that sense, the creatives assured that users who will live their first adventure of the series with the new title will find a friendly environment thanks to the adjustments made that have simplified things.
In addition, they assured that the learning process will be integrated correctly with the dubbing done in different languages and the tutorial in real time that will accompany the hunt. At the same time, Fujioka and Tokuda revealed that the controls were also simplified and in terms of firing weapons they tried to bring the experience to the present in AAA shooters.
On the other hand, the creatives assured that, in spite of the changes that they have made in Monster Hunter World, the veteran players will feel at home because they have maintained the characteristics and actions that are liked by the fans of the series.
Finally, Fujioka and Tokuda were questioned about the possibility of Monster Hunter World coming at some point to Nintendo Switch and their response reiterated what was said months ago: There are no plans for a release. According to the creatives, the reason is that the development of the new game of the series began in 2014 and at that time nothing was known about Switch, which is why they focused on the consoles with more power at the time, PS4 and Xbox One. Also, they indicated that the process of developing the games of the series contemplates a concept and the best hardware in which it can materialize and in that sense, PS4 and Xbox One were the only options.
Monster Hunter World will arrive on January 26 to PS4 and Xbox One.