Nintendo will be responsible for the sales, marketing and distribution of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate throughout Europe and Australia, having signed a distribution agreement with Capcom.
Set for release on both Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, the game will take advantage of the unique functionality that both have to offer.
An option Target Camera will allow you to focus quickly on nearby monsters by pressing the L Button, with in-game books, weapons, field maps and minigames able to be accessed quickly through use of the touch screen.
The Nintendo 3DS version will allow four player local multiplayer whereas those forming hunting parties on Wii U will be able to quest online, as well as playing locally with any Nintendo 3DS players.
Those that own both a Wii U and Nintendo 3DS copy will be able to enjoy the inter-compatibility of save data between the two versions.
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate launches across Europe in March 2013.
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