Nintendo Australia have confirmed that Monster Hunter Generations will launch in Australia this winter. The game will feature the most customisable experience yet. It will allow gamers to change up how they play with hunter styles and equip unique special abilities called Hunter Arts.
We’ve included a full list of features new to the game below:
A roster of new, challenging monsters including the Fated Four, an elite group of powerful monsters posing a major threat to each of the game’s four villages, plus some returning favourites.
Special Deviant Monsters such as the Deadqueen Rathian and Grimclaw Tigrex return with new traits and abilities to challenge the most seasoned of hunters.
21 different hunting locations which are a blend of both new and enhanced fan-favourites; including some never before seen in the west.
Collaboration content including special themed collaboration costumes and weapons for Hunters and Prowlers, based on popular series such as Fire Emblem and more.
Local and online co-op modes for up to four players to team up and hunt together as Hunters and Prowlers.
Collect tickets via StreetPass to access special Deviant monster quests. Players can also send and receive customisable Guild Cards via StreetPass.
Players with Monster Hunter 4 Ultimatesave data on their Nintendo 3DS system will receive a bonus item pack that includes an exclusive Palico amour set, potions, in-game money and more, when they play Monster Hunter Generationson the same system.
Nintendo 3DS touch screen functionality allows immediate access to in-game maps and toggling the target lock on large monsters. New Nintendo 3DS owners will also benefit from C-stick functionality and mappable controls for Hunters Arts on the ZL and ZR buttons.