Wild Hearts is a brand new game by Koei Tecmo's Omega Force studio, coming to PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S on February 17, 2023.
EA and Koei Tecmo have officially released the first trailer for their upcoming monster-hunting action adventure named Wild Hearts . The release date has been set for February 17, 2023, and the game will be coming to PlayStation 5 , Xbox Series X|S and PC via Origin, Steam and Epic Game Store.
We have to say that Wild Hearts looked pretty okay in the trailer. It's really hard to judge the game before the launch and without proper gameplay demos but what we got to see in the reveal trailer does look exciting. There are some really big monsters, nice locations and interesting combat mechanics, that remind us of Fortnite's iconic building and much more.
If this trailer didn't do it for you, EA and Koei Tecmo promise to reveal extended gameplay footage on October 5, 2022, so make sure to tune in then for a closer look at the game.
Official Wild Hearts Description:
Wild Hearts takes place in Azuma, a fantasy landscape inspired by feudal Japan, that is now rampaged by the once peaceful Kemono - altering their environment at the cost of citizens' lives. The Kemono range from plant-infused squirrels to the massive Kingtusk wild boar. After a dreadful fight with the winter wolf Deathstalker, players become bearers of a life-sustaining technology and are compelled to restore balance across the region.
All in all, we are certainly excited to see more of Wild Hearts and give it a go once it launches. Hopefully, EA and Koei Tecmo have plans for beta tests before the launch, which would be a great way to try the game before actually deciding to pull the trigger and buy the game.
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