The annual Monster Hunter concert will be broadcast online this month

More information about the annual Monster Hunter Orchestra concert recently Released, An annual event that showcased music from the popular action series of publisher Capcom. Fans can watch the concert on September 28th online.

The show started to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the series in 2009, and has been held annually since 2014, as the composer of the competition collaborated with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra to perform some of the most memorable music in the series. In 2019, the show hits the road, celebrating its 15th anniversary in five cities in Japan. However, when the 2020 pandemic hits, the show was conducted online for the first time, allowing fans all over the world to enjoy music.

Since 2014, Kurita Hirofumi will continue to perform his duties, and series producer Tsujimoto Ryozo will give a speech behind the scenes. Many other musicians will play music from the popular series with them.

Although it initially caused a sensation in its native Japan, Monster Hunter has continued to make progress globally since the release of the popular Monster Hunter: World. This year’s Monster Hunter Rise continues this trend and has received excellent reviews since its release, which is an impressive feat for a series that is difficult to enter. Currently exclusive to Switch, it will be released on PC next year.

This year’s Monster Hunter concert will also be broadcast live, and tickets are priced at $28. The video on demand will be available immediately after the concert, until October 11.