Is Wild Hearts open world?

Is Wild Hearts open world?
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Wild Hearts contains a large number of unique monsters and locales that can be discovered throughout your adventure. Its fantasy-filled world called Azuma holds plenty of wonder for those willing to explore every nook and cranny found within.

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Because of the extensive amount of content found inside the game, players are now wondering whether or not the game is actually an open world title. Will you be able to explore every section freely or will your adventure be limited to a few select locations? We’ll be answering these questions and more below so keep reading on to find out what we know.

Is Wild Hearts open world?

Yes, Wild Hearts is open world, but not at the beginning of the game. You’ll only be able to access regions once you’ve discovered them, which means that the game will truly become open world once you’ve actually seen everything there is to see.

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According to an interview conducted by IGN, Koei Tecmo director Takuto Edagawa said that “Wild Hearts uses a zone-based system,” and that “each separated zone is a large area and players can reach almost any point in a zone using Karakuri so it is possible to enjoy it like an open world game in which you actively explore the world.”

Azuma, which is the name of the world that the game is set in, features a total of four different regions, each of which contains their own distinct flora and fauna. The regions that you’ll be able to find within include Harugasumi Way, Natsukodachi Isle, Akikure Canyon, and Fuyufusagi Fort.

Naturally, there will also be a central hub within the game called Minato where you’ll be doing most of your work outside of combat. Since this is the place where you can upgrade and craft weapons, you will most likely need to visit this village often to keep pace with the game’s difficulty.

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