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Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate heads to Switch in August

Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, the follow up to the 3DS’ Monster Hunter Generations, heads to Nintendo Switch in August.

This is the debut Monster Hunter title on Nintendo Switch, though the experience is far removed from the powerhouse Monster Hunter World on PC, Xbox One and PS4. Those who have save data from Generations will be able to import said save into Generations Ultimate, Capcom confirmed.

Players will be able to play in local wireless and online multiplayer with up to three other hunters.

Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate was first released in Japan last year as Monster Hunter Generations XX. Expect the western release on Nintendo Switch from 28 August.



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