Hunter x Hunter is lastly getting a combating sport, and it is coming from the devs behind Marvel vs Capcom 3

Hunter x Hunter followers rejoice, a combating sport primarily based on the beloved shonen sequence is within the works.

With its broad vary of characters and their varied talents, you’d suppose {that a} sequence like Hunter x Hunter could be ripe with combating video games. Sadly, that is not been the case to date, however over the weekend at Bounce Festa, developer Eighting and writer Bushiroad Video games introduced collectively that they’re making a Hunter x Hunter combating sport. Sadly once more, that is just about it by way of particulars, however extra particulars are apparently being shared throughout Bushiroad’s New Yr’s broadcast subsequent 12 months, January 6 (no, I am not pleased about one other 12 months being virtually over both).

In the event you suppose that the identify Eighting is ringing some bells, that is most likely as a result of it is labored on some video games you’ve got fairly probably heard of; by way of combating video games, the largest one is definitely Marvel vs Capcom 3, in addition to its follow-up Final, but it surely’s additionally labored on video games like Tatsunoko vs Capcom and Bloody Roar. On high of that, Eighting additionally helped out on Arc System Work’s DNF Duel, and whereas it may not be a combating sport, Nintendo’s Pikmin 4. So hopefully it is the best studio for the job.

There’s some apprehension amongst followers in regards to the announcement – in any case, crappy anime enviornment fighters are a dime a dozen, together with the upcoming Jujutsu Kaisen: Cursed Conflict (you deserve higher, Gojo), so followers are hoping it is one thing nearer to a conventional combating sport.

The Hunter x Hunter combating sport wasn’t the one massive announcement from Bounce Festa this weekend. For one, the Chainsaw Man anime is lastly coming again within the type of a brand new film masking the sequence’ subsequent arc, and fairly surprisingly, Netflix is remaking the One Piece anime, beginning the sequence over from its very first arc.

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