Capcom has said it hopes Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate’s release in the west will be met with a “breakthrough” of the sort it receives in Japan. Part of the popularity plan, is making the game accessible on-the-go with 3DS and then continuing the game at home on Wii U; plus, in April the game will be updated with cross-region multiplayer and off-screen play. “In terms of us intentionally doing this, it’s always been our wish to make a good start and we’ve always been saying we’ll do this at one point,” producer Ryozo Tsujimotos told Eurogamer. Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is due in March.
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Have a look at the hub town in Monster Hunter World, crafting system, Wildspire Waste map and new monster Kulu-Ya-Ku
Earlier this week, Capcom dropped a new Monster Hunter World trailer providing a look at new monsters and the Wildspire Waste. Let’s pick it apart, shall we?
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate
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Depending on how experienced you are with the franchise, there’s a chance you’ve been playing Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate but are yet to get to know the Brachydios, its foremost enemy. Capcom has released a new video showing off this fearsome foe, to give you something to work towards.