Capcom has reiterated that at present, there are no plans to bring Monster Hunter 4 to PlayStation Vita. According to chief operating officer Haruhiro Tsujimoto speaking with Mainichi Shinbun Digital, the firm wants as many people as possible playing it on 3DS as it is “only thinking about making it succeed.” He further stated the goal is to reach 2.8 million units sold within seven months of Monster Hunter 4’s release. Thanks, Siliconera.
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Monster Hunter 4
Don’t get too excited.
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Capcom has plans in place to ensure continued success in the video game market by reinforcing its DLC strategy, creating titles exclusively for online games, focusing on the PC market outside of Japan, and expects to sell 3.9 million additional copies worldwide of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate/Monster Hunter 4G upon its release in the west.