New Wild Hearts content set to be introduced in March

New Wild Hearts content set to be introduced in March
Nico Vergara Updated on by

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EA and Koei Tecmo are already promising new content for their action RPG title Wild Hearts mere days after the game’s release date.

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According to an official blog post, the next significant update will be arriving in March and will include a variety of new beasts, weapons, accessories, and more. There will also apparently be continuous additions to the game in the coming months as a way of enticing users to keep playing.

Though no particular details have been given yet when it comes to their plans after March, they have already provided specifics regarding the additions that are going to be released next month.

We’ll be listing all of the content that’s set to arrive soon so keep reading on to find out what they are.

What will the Wild Hearts March update contain?

Based on the statements made through the official Wild Hearts website, the new features that will be introduced in March are the following:

  • Hellfire Laharback (New Kemono): This Deeply Volatile simian beast comes with a new quest and Talisman
  • Grimstalker (New Kemono): This new wolf-type Kemono—kin to the fearsome Deathstalker—is accompanied by a new quest and new Grimstalker-themed weapon and armor types.
  • New Content: This update also brings new high-difficulty quests, a new emote, and a new chat stamp.

According to the previously mentioned announcement, the community should expect more of the same features to be introduced in the future. So far, these are the only details that have been provided, but more will surely be revealed the closer we get to its release.

In the meantime, however, PC players are now also expecting a new patch to arrive next week that addresses the performance issues that they have been encountering.

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