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While Japan may be getting their G version of last year's hit 3DS title Monster Hunter 4, Capcom has today announced that hunting fans worldwide will also be getting their own Western version of the same game, titled Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate.

As usual with the 'Ultimate' branch of the main numbered game, players will find a new rank of quests to test their mettle against, along with more refined gameplay, new monsters and new weapons. Monster Hunter series Producer Ryozo Tsujimoto also offered up a new video which you can check out below, discussing the new announcement.

Monster Hunter 4 originally launched in Japan only late last year for 3DS, overwhelming the country with more than 3 million sales to date. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will be making its way to the 3DS for Western hunters come 2015.




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