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Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Will Be Playable at Tokyo Game Show
Capcom has announced that its upcoming Action RPG, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will be playable at Japanese expo, Tokyo Game Show in September, 2014.
4Gamer reports that attendants will play a demo that will pit them against the game’s new primary antagonist.
In addition to this, Capcom Japan has also announced that Monster Hunter Festa will be returning this year, uniting Monster Hunters fans across the globe for an ultimate tournament.
As of now, we are short on details, but Capcom has promised more details on Capcom Japan website and Capcom TV.
In related news, Capcom has announced that it currently has no plans to bring the game to Wii U:
Sorry, no Wii U Version planned for this one. 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 the original game managed to ship 4.1 million copies, only in Japan, Capcom plans on reaching 3.9 Million with this upcoming extended version. However, given that the developers are ditching Wii U, it seems highly unlikely.
Tokyo Game Show is expected to kick off from Sept. 18 to Sept. 21 with Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate scheduled to launch on Oct. 11 in Japan and in early 2015 in Europe and North America.