Monster Hunter Riders coming to iOS, Android – what about Europe, North America?

Capcom has annoys its newest Monster Hunter RPG game – Monster Hunter Riders.

Riders “combines smooth progression with refreshing command battles that employ flashy skills” and features “nearly infinite party customisation”.

Expect something similar to Monster Hunter Stories, where monsters and humans live together on the continent Felgia.

The trailer shows a variety of characters and monsters that players will fight with.

The free-to-play game is coming to iOS and Android in Japan by the end of 2020.

There is some confusion, because according to the trailer it will be released in winter 2020, while the app store description says it is expected on February 29, 2020.

We would expect it to happen sometime between, at least.

Pre-registration is already available for iOS and Android. But what about Europe and North America you ask?

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Is Monster Hunter Riders coming to Europe and North America?

It has not yet been confirmed if Monster Hunter Riders will come to Europe and North America.

However, other mobile games based on the franchise has been released in the West before.

For example Monster Hunter Stories, the Nintendo 3DS game which released in 2017.

It released in Europe and North America on iOS and Android just under a year later.

So it seems likely it will come to Europe and North America at some point.

However, we wouldn’t bank on it coming earlier than 2021.

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In the meantime, enjoy the trailer which shows what you can expect.

There will be several different biomes you can explore, from thick forests to deserts and snowy mountains.

You can also expect an array of colourful characters which you use to battle.

Monster Hunter Riders will be available on the App Store and Google Play in Japan later this year.

It will be a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.

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