Does Capcom worry about the appearance of a new competitor like Dauntless imitating Monster Hunter World? Not at all, according to the executive director of the last video game of the franchise, Kaname Fujioka. The artist, in fact, has gone further in his interview with Polygon, and has explained that he feels “proud and happy to know that our saga has been made big enough for people to be inspired and create their own video games”.
It is further evidence that Monster Hunter: World has become global The Capcom did not hesitate to clarify their point of view and explain that they, like so many other developers ” we are creators and we are influenced by all the games we have played Definitely not something that I feel bad or angry to see that this kind of thing happens It is further proof that Monster Hunter: World has become global, since a game like Dauntless is also a global experience. “
Fujioka explained that the feud between Dauntless and Monster Hunter is not new for them, and that they already had similar situations in the territory of PSP, console in which the Monster Hunter saga achieved its best sales: ” When Monster Hunter was great on PSP, for example, similar games Monster Hunter began to appear in Japan, but maybe they were not as well known in the West ”
Although the success of Dauntless has been enormous, Monster Hunter World has been one of Capcom’s most successful videogames. in recent years The new release will continue adding adventures with Monster Hunter World Iceborne, its new expansion, which will expand the content of Capcom video game next September on PS4, Xbox One and PC.