Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate will be released exclusively on Switch on August 28.
Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate will be released on The Switch on August 28.
Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate is a remastered and expanded version of what is known in the West as Monster Hunter Generations on the 3DS. Though there are no plans to bring MHW over to Switch, the system is getting a Monster Hunter of its own in the form of Monster Hunter: Generations Ultimate. Players can take it locally or hop online to hunt alongside friends and take down the biggest, baddest monsters around.
That's ok, though, because the game itself has been changed enough from the original version that even those who played in on the 3DS will probably come to see it as an entirely new game.
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Take a look at the announcement trailer for Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate above.
There's also an even more risky, new Elder Dragon on the loose.
Featuring a diverse cast of returning fan favorites, new variant "Deviant" monsters, an all-new Elder Dragon Valstrax and a new endgame boss Ahtal-Ka, you'll have your hands full with unique quest targets and gear to craft from them.
For newcomers to the series, the gameplay features tons of powerful super moves called Hunter Arts that can be executed with a quick tap on the touch screen. The new Brave Style rewards players with new moves for landing successive attacks, while the Alchemy Style grants the ability to quickly make useful items during combat. Hunters are encouraged to explore and customise the experience between quests to find the most personalized playstyle. Hunter styles function somewhat as classes, and give you new abilities, whilst hunter arts are equippable special moves that can do massive damage to monsters.