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Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
Japan - October 11, 2014
North America - Early 2015
Europe - Early 2015
Australia - Early 2015
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Monster/s first appearing in this game:
Kecha Wacha Subspecies, Nerscylla Subspecies, Seltas Queen Subspecies, Seltas Subspecies, Seregios, Tetsucabra Subspecies, Tidal Najarala, Tigerstripe Zamtrios Dara Amadyura Subspecies, Gogumajiosu
Weapon Types present in this game:
Sword and Shield, Dual Blades, Great Sword, Long Sword, Hammer, Hunting Horn, Lance, Gunlance, Switch Axe, Insect Glaive, Charge Blade, Light Bowgun, Heavy Bowgun, Bow
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (called Monster Hunter 4G in Japan) is the upcoming updated release of Monster Hunter 4. Not much is known about it at the moment, but it is scheduled for a Japanese release in Fall 2014 and an International release in early 2015.
Number of Monsters - Comparison with Previous Games Editar
# Small Monsters: 23
# Large Monsters: 70
# Total Monsters: 93
3DS / WII U
PSP / PS3
September 14, 2013
March 19, 2013
December 1, 2010
June 22, 2009
# Small Monsters: 20
# Large Monsters: 52
# Total Monsters: 72
# Small Monsters: 22
# Large Monsters: 51
# Total Monsters: 73
# Small Monsters: 20
# Large Monsters: 40
# Total Monsters: 60
# Small Monsters: 23
# Large Monsters: 58
# Total Monsters: 81
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A total of 93 Monsters are in the game; 23 Small monsters and 70 Large monsters.
83 returning monsters are in the game; 23 Small monsters and 60 Large Monsters.
Returning 1st Generation monsters are Apceros, Aptonoth, Basarios, Cephadrome, Cephalos, Diablos, Black Diablos, Felyne, Gendrome, Genprey, Gravios, Black Gravios, Gypceros, Purple Gypceros, Iodrome, Ioprey, Kelbi, Khezu, Red Khezu, Fatalis, Crimson Fatalis, Kirin, Melynx, Monoblos, Rathalos, Azure Rathalos, Silver Rathalos, Rathian, Pink Rathian, Gold Rathian, Velocidrome, Velociprey, Yian Garuga, Yian Kut-Ku, and Blue Yian Kut-Ku.
Returning 2nd Generation monsters are Akantor, Chameleos, Conga, Congalala, Emerald Congalala, Daimyo Hermitaur, Plum Daimyo Hermitaur, Hermitaur, Kushala Daora, Rusted Kushala Daora, Popo, Rajang, Remobra, Teostra, Tigrex, and Ukanlos.
Returning 3rd Generation monsters are Altaroth, Bnahabra, Brachydios, Brute Tigrex, Delex, Deviljho, Savage Deviljho, Gargwa, Great Jaggi, Jaggi, Jaggia, Lagombi, Rhenoplos, Slagtoth, Zinogre, and Stygian Zinogre.
Returning 4th Generation monsters are Basarios Subspecies, Dara Amadyura, Daren Mohran, Gore Magala, Kecha Wacha, Kirin Subspecies, Konchu, Najarala, Nerscylla, Seltas, Seltas Queen, Shagaru Magara, Tetsucabra, Tigrex Rare Species, Zamite, and Zamtrios.
9 new monsters are in the game; no Small monsters and 9 Large Monsters.
The Carapaceon Monster Type, previously not present in Monster Hunter 3, Monster Hunter Portable 3rd, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, and Monster Hunter 4, returns in this game.
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The Dunes area has been revealed. Previously there was no Desert in Monster Hunter 4.
The Dunes is G rank only for Guild Quests and High Rank for Offline, and is unlocked via an Urgent Quest.
Save data will be transferable from Japanese Monster Hunter 4 into Monster Hunter 4 G, aka the Japanese version of this game only.
Equipment and Download quests will transfer over, but some weapons may change or be adjusted.
Palicoes can now level up past level 20 and will have new skills and equipment.
Unlike Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will feature online multiplayer.
As with every main Monster Hunter game, the Japanese version of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is on separate servers, rendering multiplayer mode between the two versions of the game impossible.
Underwater combat will not be making a return in this game.
 If a hunter is hit with the upswing of a Hammer or Great Sword, they can now combo that into their jumping attack.
The Extreme Status is added into the game to affect monsters and put them into the Extreme State.
This state has monsters immune to traps, elemental damage, and status effects.
This state also causes the Frenzy Virus, increases the armor of the monster, and even doesn't allow hunters to mount them.
When Purification Stones are used by hunters, the monster can be temporarily reverted back to normal for a short period of time.
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