Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate is a follow-up title to 2016’s Monster Hunter Generations on the Nintendo 3DS — the switch game launched earlier last year in Japan, under the title Monster Hunter XX.
It might not be Monster Hunter World which released earlier this year for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and soon the PC, but it’s still very nice to see a fully featured Monster Hunter title on the switch, available for a English speaking audience. Like other entries in the series, Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate will feature a wide gamut of iconic monsters to hunt, unique weapons to collect, made from rare and valuable resources that can be earned by exploring the expansive world.
With E3 2018 happening next month, fans should expect to see more media coverage of the upcoming title soon.
Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate will be available August 28th on the Nintendo Switch.
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