Capcom: No Plans to Bring Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate to Wii U

By   /   Jun 12, 2014

Capcom has stated that it currently has no plans to bring Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate over to the Wii U.

Posting on the Capcom Unity boards, Yuri apologized to fans who were requesting a port of the game, saying that the game won’t be coming over any time soon.

“Sorry, no Wii U version planned for this one,” he said. “But with it having online on the 3DS (for the first time in the series!) you can possibly play online anytime and anywhere you have access to wi-fi.”

While many fans are left to imagine how well the game would had looked running on 1080p, they will ultimately have to settle for a portable experience.

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will come out in North America and other western game markets exclusively on Nintendo 3DS in early 2015. It is based on the new upgraded version of the game, titled Monster Hunter 4G in Japan. Expect new monsters and additional content not seen in the original release.

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