To be the first 4th gen Monster Hunter title for the PS3.
According to leaks from this week’s issue of Famitsu, Capcom’s Monster Hunter Frontier G is currently in development for the Wii U and PlayStation 3, which will mark the first time that any fourth generation titles have released for Sony’s console. The game originally released for PC and Xbox 360 in Japan earlier this year.
As of now, it is known that the Wii U version will allow for switching the display for playing on the GamePad, with support for the Pro Controller. Trophy support for the PlayStation 3 version hasn’t been confirmed.
Both versions will feature more or less the same content, with a “Beginner’s Pack” priced at 6,090 yen with a monthly fee of 1,400 yen to be included. A free downloadable version and trial period one week before the game’s official launch will also be made available. The PS3 version is slated to release on November 20th with a Wii U release on December 11th.