Earlier last night, EA officially unveiled the upcoming Koei Tecmo hunting game Wild Hearts. With the reveal trailer dropping later today, September 28, the game might see a release by Spring 2023.
According to Jeff Grubb, who is a known industry insider, Wild Hearts can be the partner title Ea listed for release in early 2023. Grubb shared the data on his Twitter, where he pointed out the claim.
At least according to this release calendar from EA's earnings earlier this summer, the publisher has a major IP and a partner game coming in Q4 (before March 31 of 2023). The Major IP is Jedi Survivor. Wild Hearts is the partner game. So this is going to be a quick turnaround. pic.twitter.com/FKWbMB17RB
— Grubb (@JeffGrubb) September 26, 2022
As per the calendar, it does say that EA plans on dropping the title sometime in early 2023. Early 2023 ends before March 31 of a year. The major IP mentioned in the calendar might be Jedi Survivor.
Maybe, EA might announce the release date of the title at the same time when they debut the trailer later today.
Wild Hearts is an upcoming hunting game made by the Dynasty Warrior developer Omega Force team of Koei Tecmo. The game takes inspiration from the likes of Monster Hunter by Capcom. EA is partnering up with Koei Tecmo to publish the title.
Koei Tecmo is partnering with EA under their EA Originals, with the Japanese developers planning to reach out to the worldwide audience through EA’s help.
EA hasn’t announced a release date or platform for Wild Hearts. However, we can expect a release for PC and the current generation of consoles.