Game news Monster Hunter Rise: Satoshi Hori (Resident Evil 7) is the main composer
Satoshi Hori, a young composer who joined Capcom in 2014, was best known for working on Resident Evil 7, most notably for signing the themes of Mia Winters and Marguerite Baker. He is now the main composer of Monster Hunter Rise, which is slated for Nintendo Switch on March 26, 2021.
Capcom released one interview in which Satoshi Hori discusses his work on Monster Hunter Rise, which has turned us into a unique region inspired by feudal Japan. In this work we will be able to hear many traditional Japanese instruments (Shakuhachi, Shamisen, Shinobue, Koto, Biwa …), mais aussi quelques “Very unusual instruments that you normally don’t hear outside of special occasions.”.
Hori explains that he and his team have not made any significant changes to the music of the already known monsters. However, they made up their minds Add vocals to each song :: “We made sure the Monster Hunter series was respected by keeping the quality of the original music and adding a catchy touch to better suit the themes of this game. Ichinose-san (the game’s game director, note of the editor) wanted this. ” Voices for every music, so that not only the completely new monster themes benefit from vocal performances, but also the existing theme arrangements. “
The interview also returns to the fact that our avatar can speak, a novelty. Different types of voices will be offered, and it will be possible to choose between Japanese dubbing, English and the Monster Hunter language, and even adjust the frequency of spoken dialogue or turn it off entirely.
See you in January to discover the Monster Hunter Rise demo, which will be available on the eShop. The full game will then be released on March 26, 2021.
Wow, the main composer for MHRise is Satoshi Hori, known for his work on Resident Evil 7 of all games. I love the work so far and it’s exciting to have a new lead composer for Monster Hunter! They said they would add choruses to all songs, including existing monster songs: o https://t.co/qv9NXvh5aI
– Gaijinhunter (@aevanko) December 28, 2020
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