Koei Tecmo and Electronic Arts are set to officially reveal their joint monster-hunting project, Wild Hearts, as a brand new EA Originals title.
Electronic Arts’ latest EA Originals title is a collaborative project developed with Koei Tecmo and Omega Force, Wild Hearts, and the studios are currently preparing to officially reveal the trailer on September 28. Wild Hearts is the first major collaboration between the two publishers, and it is expected to provide an experience sufficient to rival the hugely popular Monster Hunter series.
Specifically, Wild Hearts is being developed by Koei Tecmo’s Omega Force studio, which is responsible for producing the publisher’s various Warriors games, such as Dynasty Warriors, Samurai Warriors, and Hyrule Warriors. Electronic Arts’ involvement in this project has yet to be determined, but since the game is coming out as part of the EA Originals label, funding could be a major factor.
It’s been known for a long time that EA and Koei Tecmo teamed up to produce an AAA monster hunting game, but Wild Hearts’ title was revealed only recently, with a proper showcase set to take place. this weekend. Set in feudal Japan, Wild Hearts is actually a complete unknown at this point, with the only major pieces of information currently available that it’s supposed to be a high-end AAA title to compete with. products like Monster Hunter.
While there have been a few Wild Hearts revelations released by Omega Force over the past few days, they’ve been rather confusing and mysterious, and it’s safe to say the reveal trailer will provide more context at our disposal. . In terms of production, Wild Hearts is one of the EA Originals which means it is following some critically acclaimed titles like Unravel and It Takes Two. Therefore, Omega Force and Koei Tecmo are bound to give their best with the upcoming reveal.
It is worth mentioning that Koei Tecmo seems to be looking to enter the AAA market with a series of strong releases over the next few years. Wild Hearts not only promises a AAA-level experience, but it also features Team Ninja’s Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, which looks like a movie game and is well produced. However, there is nothing to say that Koei Tecmo will leave its Warriors franchises behind. Fire Emblem Warriors debuted on Switch earlier this year, and it’s highly likely that Omega Force will return again in the not-too-distant future.
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