Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate will be making its appearance on the Wii U and 3DS on Mach 19 in North America and March 22 in Europe, Capcom has announced. They also revealed that a day one patch will add USB keyboard functionality to the Wii U version of the game. And that’s not all, the game will also be available as a digital download on both Wii U and 3DS around launch, and both platforms will also get a demo on February 21.
It’s not all just good news though, as Capcom Unity reports that Monster Hunter Tri for the Wii will have its servers shutdown on April 30. “As we usher in the exciting new Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate games, we unfortunately will be transitioning off theMonster Hunter Tri servers for Wii. This won’t happen until April 30, 2013 however, which will be 6 weeks after the launch of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. With the new title, there will be a new place for all of you to gather and hunt online with each other, and we hope you will continue to play together on Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate.
Also remember that we’re streaming Monster Hunter every Monday now, and will include MHTri on the majority of the streams before the transition period. If you’re still hunting online on MHTri, make sure to come join us on the streams!”
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