Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin is Capcom’s second go at this Monster Hunter spin-off, giving fans something very different to the mainline Monster Hunter games, to the point that it’s a bit appealing to fans that don’t usually like this franchise.
The fact it’s a sequel to the 3DS game, Monster Hunter Stories, makes it a little more surprising that it’s coming to PC via Steam, with many gamers wondering when this game will be coming to other systems like the PS4, Xbox One, and even the Google Stadia.
Is Monster Hunter Stories 2 Coming To Google Stadia?
Now, Capcom isn’t opposed to bringing their games to Google Stadia since Resident Evil Village was recently released for the service, but that doesn’t mean we’ll be seeing Monster Hunter Stories 2 on it right away.
Considering how Monster Hunter Stories 2 is only available on two systems at launch means that Capcom is taking their time, though it wouldn’t be too much of a surprise if it did end up on Google Stadia one of these days.
Since we haven’t seen Monster Hunter World on Google Stadia yet, it looks like fans will be waiting a good while before we see Monster Hunter Stories 2 or Monster Hunter Rise on the gaming system/service.
Despite being the butt of many jokes, Google Stadia does have a decent fanbase who want to see more Capcom games on the system and since it has yet to be canceled, we could get more titles on the system soon, maybe even Monster Hunter Stories 2.
Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin will be coming out on July 9 for the Nintendo Switch and PC.