Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate arrives in store shelves in North America
Launch Trailer highlights the game’s multiplayer features.
The final installment in the third numbered entry in the Monster Hunter series has finally made its way to North America, after being available in Japan for over a year. The game is available for the WiiU and 3DS, and can be puchased online from Nintendo’s eShop.
The expansion includes 38 new monsters, new quests to tackles, new areas to explore, and a slew of new powerful equipment to find. Up to four players can team up to form hunting parties, either locally or online.
Those who own both the WiiU and 3DS version of the game can transfer their saves to the 3DS and pick up the game on the move wherever they left off. To do so, you’ll need to download the “Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Data Transfer Program” for the 3DS and the “Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Packet Relay Tools for Nintendo 3DS” for the WiiU.
A free update will be available in April and will being with it cross region functionality and the ability to play the game solely on the WiiU’s gamepad. In the meantime, Capcom has released a launch trailer to make it easier for you to decide on a purchase. Have a look.