Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G confirmed for Euro release

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 9 October 2008 12:43 GMT

According to this Eurogamer piece, Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G will release in Europe next spring.

The title will be renamed Monster Hunter Freedom Unite.

Sporting around 500 hours of monster-grappling action, the game also features four-way online co-op.

Whether or not Capcom can rack up another 2.4 million sales in Europe remains to be seen.

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