Capcom has communicated that the film Monster Hunter: Guild Legends, originally announced on July 2018, will come to Netflix next August 12th. The production, animated by the studio Pure Imagination StudiosIt will be a 3D animated series based on Capcom’s popular hunting saga and will be broadcast exclusively on the North American video-on-demand platform; that will soon have video games in its catalog.
On the occasion of the information, the Japanese firm has published the first official trailer of the film, which we can see at the beginning of this news, followed by an extensive synopsis provided by Netflix itself. Monster Hunter: Guild Legends will run for 58 minutes and is directed by Steven F. Yamamoto (Transformers), who makes his directorial debut on this film based on the Capcom video game series, which has sold more than 72 million copies worldwide to date. The protagonist will be Aiden, the same character as Ace Cadet in Monster Hunter 4 and Excitable A-Lister, de Monster Hunter: World.
Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild will be 58 minutes long; August 12 arrives
Humans, nature, and giant monsters coexist in the world while maintaining a careful balance. A young man named Aiden, who calls himself a hunter, protects his isolated village. One day he finds out that his village is threatened by the Elder Dragon, a monster shrouded in mystery ”, reads the official description of Monster Hunter: Legend of the Wild. “In need of finding a way to save their village, Aiden leaves his home and embarks on a journey into the unknown with Julius, a member of the first-rate hunters guild, and his companions. “
In the cast we find Ben Rausch, Erica Lindbeck, Dante Basco, Brando Eaton, Stephen Kramer Glickman, Caroline Caliston, GK Bowes and Dan McCoy.
The Monster Hunter saga is in full swing. After the worldwide success of Monster Hunter Rise on Nintendo Switch (2022 on PC), which adds more than 7 million units around the world; or the recent arrival of Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, the license is consolidated as one of the largest media franchises of the Osaka firm.