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New Monster Hunter XX Switch Details Released

by Donald Theriault - May 26, 2017, 8:32 pm PDT
Total comments: 8 Source: Capcom

Save transfer will be happening for Japan, at least.

Following last night's announcement of Monster Hunter XX for Switch, Capcom has revealed the release date and more details about how the title will work with existing Monster Hunter games.

The game will release on August 25 in Japan for ¥5800 (before tax), with a Switch bundle including a special system and dock design releasing the same day for ¥36,280. It appears the bundle will include a physical copy of the game.

The Switch version will also support four system local play, and will be able to play with the 3DS version of Monster Hunter XX via the internet. Save data will transfer between the XX versions and also the original Monster Hunter X (Generations outside of Japan). On TV, the game is expected to run at 1080p resolution.

Talkback

EnnerMay 26, 2017

I guess what I really want is a Monster Hunter 5 that changes the series (i.e. blasts away the old cruft).


Anyway, I'll probably pick this up for the Switch for the right price. Can't say I will welcome a $59.99 price tag for a higher resolution and, I assume, a higher frame rate.

I will probably buy this and then not play it like I did with several previous Monster Hunter games.

nickmitchMay 27, 2017

I will probably say I'm going to buy this game and then not, like I did with several previous Monster Hunter games.

Evan_BMay 27, 2017

I will probably buy this game and play the crap out of it, like I did with several previous Monster Hunter games.

BiteThePillowMay 28, 2017

I will probably continue my tradition of  downloading the Packet Relay Tools and nothing else, unless there are no Packet Relay Tools, in which case I will chase korok seeds.

Mop it upMay 28, 2017

I will probably say I'm not going to get this game and then end up getting it anyway, like what happened with several previous Monster Hunter games.

ShyGuyMay 28, 2017

I will probably download the demo and not understand it, like what happened with several previous Monster Hunter games.

Donkos KongMay 28, 2017

I will probably buy it, play it for 5 minutes, then whine about how busy my life has become and flake on a few play-dates with friends here, like what happened with several previous Monster Hunter games.


Look forward to playing with y'all!

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