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Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is the western release of Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G. It was released across America on June 22, 2009, Australia on the 25th of June, and Europe on the 26th of June. With over 500 hours of gameplay and previously unreleased monsters, weapons and missions, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite was the biggest game of the series for its time. Via Ad-Hoc functionality, players can experience the social gaming phenomenon that’s gripping Japan and adventure with up to four friends for a thrilling and savaging multiplayer hunting party. From devising the strategy to executing the attack, team play with your friends is the key to hunting down the ferocious beasts.


Main article: MHFU: Monsters

New Features/Gameplay Changes

  • New Felyne Comrade system to aid soloing Hunters.
  • Eight equipment pages instead of six, and possible extension to ten.
  • New Guild Card pages: a) Felyne Fighter Info. b) Frequency of Use of Weapon Types. c) A diary showing recent quests and activities.
  • You can now hold up to 99 of each item type in your box.
  • You can now store up to 20 equipment sets.
  • New sets of Felyne Kitchen Skills, e.g. "Felyne Dance" (boosts stats on every gesture involving "Dance").
  • Extra gathering spots for bug catching and ore mining featuring new Ores and Insects.
  • Buy items and send them to the Item Box instantly.
  • Directly combine items inside the Item Box.
  • New hairstyles.
  • New Starter Clothes.
  • Able to change clothes via the bookshelf.
  • Data Install System that speeds up loading times.
  • Skip long opening animation scenes by pressing SELECT. (Lao Shan, Fatalis etc..)
  • Trenya can now be sent for 1500 Points
  • Trenya can be sent to the Great Forest.
  • Over 410 Quests.
  • New music for Swamp, Volcano, Desert and Jungle. (Although in MHP2ndG, Snowy Mountains has a new music)
  • New Downloadable Quests.

New Equipment Features

  • New Weapons
  • New armor sets and series after U & S, the X & Z.
  • New sets of skills; some are exclusive to a specific armor set and can't be obtained from decorations.
  • Dual Blades' Devilish Dance attack hits twelve times instead of eleven.
  • Dual Blades may now have two separate elements or statuses (example: one Fire sword and one Ice sword, like Twin Nails.)
  • New Bow coatings: Close Range Coating (white vial that increases damage when at close range) and Paint Coating (pink vial that functions like a Paintball)
  • Hunting Horns have a new note function that works like a Sonic Bomb (Triple yellow note).
  • New Sharpness superior to white: purple.
  • New Weapons (G weapons and new monster weapons).
  • Some weapons get further improvements. (e.g. Blue Blade Bow has Charge level 4, etc.)
  • There are no new attacks, however some weapons gets "Nerfed". Akantor Bow, for example, changes from 300 Raw power and 200 Dragon Element into 252 Raw power & 160 Dragon element. Other weapons and armor suffer similar set-backs.
  • New Armor Spheres: King/Royal Armor Sphere & True Armor Sphere.
  • All types of armor sphere can now be made by combining.
  • Crag shots of Bowguns to the head can KO monsters (like Hammers and Hunting Horns).
  • New Decoration Jewels: "Heaven Cure Jewel", "Eternity Jewel" and "Extreme Crisis Jewel"
  • Some weapons get further improvements, i.e. Eternal Schisms to Eternal Sacrifice without the Negitive Affinity.

New Quest Features/Quest Changes

  • Third quest giver wearing yellow in Guild Gathering Hall that gives out G-Level quests.
  • Hunter Rank can go up to 9 instead of 6, third quest giver has the HR 7-9 quests.
  • A Felyne next to Village Elder, giving out High Rank quests.
  • New Areas: Great Forest and Moat Arena.
  • 1st Generation maps of Jungle, Volcano, Desert and Swamp added.
  • Forest and Hills quests can now be at night.
  • Two new areas in the 2nd Volcanic region.
  • New quest system called "Epic Hunting Quest" where you fight 2 or more Large monsters in one quest, one at a time, and defeated monsters can be carved to obtain Mega-Potions.
  • Treasure Quests can now be played at the Great Forest.
  • Over 200 new Quests.

On PS Vita

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is available on the PS Store for the Vita. It has improved graphics and the second analog stick is now usable. The game is currently only in Download form. Nothing has changed with the game contents.

Japanese Promotion with Pizza Hut

On 14 February up to March 26 of 2008 in Japan, Capcom had a promotion campaign with Pizza Hut for Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G.[1]
Ordering a Pizza from the Japanese Pizza Hut website will net a buyer the following prizes:

  • A Ceramic White Play Station Portable. (PSP-2000CW)
  • A Black Monster Hunter T-Shirt.
  • A copy of the game.

Monster Hunter Dual Pack

Game Cover-MHF2 and MHFU Dual Pack.jpg

At October 17, 2011, Capcom released Monster Hunter Dual Pack containing both Monster Hunter Freedom 2 and Monster Hunter Freedom Unite in one UMD disc case.[2]  However, the case does include two UMD discs.

It is available in GameStop for $14.99.


Video Provided By Features
setanokuroko Shows new Guild lady in yellow. Part of intro video for Narugakuruga. Forest and Hills at night. Passing by a calm Plum Daimyo Hermitaur, Emerald Congalala, and Terra Shogun Ceanataur. Felyne Chefs becoming Felyne Warriors or Bombers in the Kitchen. Fighting with the Felyne on the field. New attacks from Daimyo Hermitaur, Gypceros, Diablos, Khezu and Yian Garuga. Fighting with the new monsters, Hypnocatrice, Yama Tsukami, and Nargacuga. New weapons.
setanokuroko Shows a bunch of never-before-seen features of the Felyne Warrior. Relaxes if you're doing something passive. Celebrates with you. Sneaks with you. Can make big monsters like Rathalos stagger and fall. Throws bombs at Plesioth, acting like a sonic bomb. Walks directly to monsters with big bombs. Hits you if you're dizzy. Can heal you with a Health Flute. Can paralyze monsters and set down Shock Traps. Can block attacks like the Rathalos Fireball. If brave, can run into attacks so you won't get hit. Funny animations from the Felynes like they've always done.
setanokuroko The full opening video for the game.
PlayStation "Episode 1: Welcome to Monster Hunter"
PlayStation "Episode 2: Weapons and Armor"
PlayStation "Episode 3: Items and Combinations"
PlayStation "Episode 4: Quest and Strategy"
CapcomChannel Promotional video of Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G for iOS.
Monster Hunter E3 trailer of Monster Hunter Freedom Unite for iOS.

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