Netflix unveils the first trailer for Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild, the anime film transformation of Capcom’s hit activity RPG computer game franchise. The fantasy-themed franchise puts players in the shoes of an anonymous Hunter as they venture through a world in which humans, nature and goliath monsters exist together. Players can slay or trap some of the last as a component of quests given by locals. First dispatching in 2004, the Monster Hunter games at present sit as the publisher’s second best-selling series behind Resident Evil, with more than 72 million units sold around the world.
With a month staying until it arrives on the streaming stage, Netflix has disclosed the first trailer for Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild. Set in the fantastical world, the first trailer for the anime film offers a glance at the pulse-beating experience and the various creatures the humans will confront, both agreeable and dangerous. Look at the trailer beneath:
However no specific runtime has been affirmed for the film as of now, the visual effects for Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild is looking altogether impressive for a first-time frame include exertion from Pure Imagination Studios. Before the Netflix film, the studio have essentially worked in short projects, including Legoland’s The Lego Movie: 4D — A New Adventure and online short film/series Lego Jurassic World: The Indominous Escape. From the gorgeous and bright vistas to an assortment of monsters, the movement studio’s first full length exertion is looking extremely promising from a visual standpoint.
After the loose methodology Paul W.S. Anderson took with his film variation of the franchise, it also is interesting for the trailer to point towards a game-set story for Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild. Similar as individual Netflix anime computer game transformation, Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, the decision to expand upon the rich legend of the source series for another unique story is an undeniably seriously captivating endeavor for fans of the game franchise. With any karma, the film will meet the high bar previously set when it arrives on Netflix on August 12.