Monster Hunter Freedom 2 is the English equivalent of Monster Hunter Portable 2nd released in Japan. MHF2 marks the first time Second Generation monsters from Monster Hunter 2 appear in a world-wide release, revealing their English names.


  • Major gameplay improvements compared to Monster Hunter Freedom.
  • Most content ported from Monster Hunter 2, except for Yama Tsukami.
  • 3 new monsters, Giadrome, Tigrex and Akantor.
  • All weapon classes available in MH2.
  • Downloadable Quests and Poogie costumes.
  • Farm point system changed, they are now obtained from gathering quests and delivering special items.
  • Unlike Monster Hunter 2, time is fixed, the time in which a quest takes place can be seen while accepting it.
  • No G-rank Quests.
  • Farming is improved, Mining, Bug Gathering and Fishing don't consume the player's tools and bait, Honey, Mushroom and Plant farming uses a Quest Reward-like item box menu that allows you to send farmed materials directly to the Item Box.
  • New Training School options.
  • Treasure quests can now be played with one player.
  • The Tower has been redesigned, the large arena became its own area rather than a blocked-off path.

Monster Hunter Dual Pack

On October 17, 2011, Capcom released Monster Hunter Dual Pack, containing both Monster Hunter Freedom 2 and Monster Hunter Freedom Unite in one UMD Disc.

It is available in GameStop for $14.99.

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