Developer Omega Force has taken a closer look at the first all-new Wild Hearts expansion since launch ahead of its arrival on April 6th, as well as a look at the new Karakuri mod coming that same day.

We’ve got the first details on Murakumo – Kemono’s new ‘petal-manipulating fox’ – Wild Hearts – last weekand now Omega Force has shared a trailer that shows the attractive creature in action.

Murakumo is the third addition to Wild Hearts after the monster launch, which is a continuation of the Kemono subspecies variants Hellfire Laharabak and Grimstalker—able to harness the power of wind by leaping onto platforms made of cherry blossoms to avoid counterattacks and unleash a devastating tornado when enraged.

Wild Hearts – Lethal Blossoms updated trailer.

Omega Force says that players will find Wild Hearts’ new Karakuri Jig useful during the battle against Murakumo, using the device’s ability to gain speed and power as it connects with obstacles until its pirouettes are strong enough to topple Kemono.

Elsewhere, the April 6 Wild Hearts Omega Force update introduces new boundary-breaking weapons and armor. Essentially, players will be able to collect Core Orbs by fighting Volatile Kemono in the late game, with various creatures dropping different orbs that can then be applied to weapons and armor, giving them unique enhancements.

Finally, Omega Force says the update will include “as many fixes, improvements and adjustments as possible,” which will be good news for players still struggling with Wild Hearts sometimes shaky performance – which remains particularly volatile on PC.

However, that’s not all there is to come in April; Wild Hearts is also getting a second content update on April 20, adding a new Deeply Volatile Kemono variant, Deathhaze Gloombeak. It also promises new chat stamps and emotes, as well as a special new type of quest known as Serial Hunts, which challenges players to battle a sequence of Kemono until they’re overwhelmed.

Wild Hearts, if you haven’t already taken the plunge, is a great take on the formula based on Capcom’s Monster Hunter series, giving it a “thoughtful, incredibly energetic twist,” as I said in my recommended review back in February.