Certainly Monster Hunter World it was one of those very few examples of games that more than any other made a splash in the hearts of both fans of the genre and those approaching this series for the first time. After its release in 2018, over the months it has received continued attention from the development team of Capcom, which has published more and more updates and new content to please more and more, which then culminated with the release of "Iceborne“, A new expansion that has donated dozens and dozens of content to the action RPG, causing many players who may have abandoned the title to return to hunt monsters in the snowy lands of this DLC.
During the day today, however, the news arrived that the director of Monter Hunter World: Iceborne and Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, such Daisuke Ichihara, left his role within the Japanese development house. The announcement came from Ichihara himself, who decided to quit his job at Capcom to join as director of the Japanese firm's Kyoto division. ILCA, acronym for 'I Love Computer Arts', focused on creating computer graphics movies for all media.
In an interview with the Japanese web newspaper CGWorld, Daisuke Ichihara stated that he wanted to join ILCA mainly because he always wanted to deal with a group of people in which everyone can propose their idea and create something in a choral way, so that everyone can put their own in a creative project. Despite the great success obtained with his works, culminating above all with Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, the former game director of Capcom has decided to leave his career in the world of video games to embark on a new one in the sector of the film-making.