A remarkable source of Xbox has reported that you are currently working on a new exclusive Xbox Series X inspired by the Monster Hunter of Capcom. In recent years, Microsoft has been recruiting several different developers in the search to increase the amount of Xbox exclusives that are launched. And while it could be logical that one of these developers that could belong to Xbox Game Studios is now creating this game to Monster Hunter style, it is reported that the project is being directed by an external company.
According to a reporter of the videogame industry. Jeff Grubb, this new Xbox Title Anguish to Monster Hunter is being developed by Certain Affinity. Founded in 2006, Certain Affinity is a study that has worked greatly as a support in several different games. More recently, the company even helped 343 industries with their work in HALO INFINITO. Apparently, Xbox was recently looking for a title that could help fill a cooperative niche within the publisher’s catalog and discovered that Certain Affinity was already developing a game with this style. As such, Microsoft ended up signing an agreement with the study to take this title to the Xbox platforms in the future.
In a separate report from Centro de Windows, it revealed that it is currently said that the name of this game internally is project Luck. It is said that the title has been under development since 2020 and is scheduled to be presented next year. As for when it could really be thrown, 2024 is the current launch window to which you could aspire, although it could be late or later.
Beyond these central details related to this project, there is still a lot that we do not know about what project Luck could have in the store. That said, the fact that Xbox can launch its own version of Monster Hunter in the future is something that will surely attract many fans and will only make the attractiveness of Xbox Game Pass much stronger.
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