The Monster Hunter Tri servers on Wii will be shut down today. The closure was announced in January, so if you want to get in a quick multiplayer match you best be quick about it. The closure is in order to shift focus and resources over to Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, which launched on Wii U earlier this year. Thanks, Nintendo Life.
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Monster Hunter Tri
Capcom has announced it will be shutting down the Monster Hunter Tri servers for Wii. The closure is in order to shift focus and resources over to Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, which launches in March The Monster Hunter Tri servers will be shut down on April 30.
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate will utilise Nintendo servers for online play, as third-party Monster Hunter Tri hosts are shut down.