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Capcom Confirms Monster Hunter coming to Wii U and 3DS in America and Europe March 2013

Look, Capcom is actually giving us a Monster Hunter in English!

Capcom announced today that Monster Hunter 3: Ultimate will be released in Europe and the Americas in March of 2013 for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. In the press release, Capcom stated that the 3DS version will include local multiplayer only. However, the Wii U version will include online multiplayer. You can view the announcement on Capcom Unity's Youtube Page here. The company also indicated that the two versions of the game will share a save file.

Capcom calls this its most expansive Monster Hunter ever, with over 200 quests and all of the wyverns, elder dragons, and cats from the Monster Hunter Tri series games: Monster Hunter Tri and Monster Hunter Tri G.


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Staff article by Nick LaLone (September 13, 2012)

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