Japanese developer Asobimo, renown for its many mobile MMORPG titles, recently revealed its latest game Project Eternal (most likely a working title). Project Eternal is touted as the culmination of Asobimo’s 11 years experience since launching Iruna in 2008, and features the best 3D graphics ever in the company’s development history.
The announcement trailer reveals a variety of environments, including massive cities, dense forests, and underground caves. Large-scale battles against huge monsters seem to play a big part. In fact, the experience looks an awful lot like Monster Hunter.
While not much in-game details were showcased, Asobimo is now accepting Closed Beta application in Japan with a goal to launch Project Eternal this Autumn.