Capcom has released the final trailer for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, the next instalment in the widely loved franchise, coming exclusively to Nintendo 3DS on Saturday.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate comes with a massive amount of improvements over its predecessors, including an emphasis on three-dimensional movement and for the first time in the series, players can grab onto the monster they’re fighting and attack them as well as having the ability to attack in midair. Underwater battling, which was featured in Monster Hunter 3, has also been removed.
Kaname Fujoka, the director of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, has also stated that the game has a larger focus on adventure and story progression than any of the previous Monster Hunter titles.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate releases on the 14th of February in Australia exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS.