Today Capcom announced a few new tidbits for the upcoming action RPG Monster Hunter Generations. First and foremost a demo will be making its way to 3DS systems prior to the July 15th launch date.
Two weeks earlier a downloadable demo of Monster Hunter Generations, which features three monsters of varying difficulty levels for both new and experienced players, will be released. The demo will come with options for local and online multiplayer (1-4 players).
Players are encouraged to join up with others and start with the newly introduced Great Maccao, then attempt to face the beguiling new owl-like monster Malfestio, all before truly testing their mettle against the fan-favorite Nargacuga. The demo will be available for all gamers to download on the Nintendo eShop on June 30th.
If you can’t wait to start the hunt, early access to the demo is also available now in Humble Bundle’s E3 2016 Digital Ticket. It’ll cost you $4 or more to unlock the demo, though note that this is the only Nintendo related item in the bundle.
Monster Hunter Generations introduces the game’s daunting new enemies known as Deviant monsters. These are monsters that have survived previous hunter encounters, mutating and evolving into the greatest threats yet with new fearsome looks, unpredictable behaviors and unexpected abilities. These new monsters look pretty tough.
Monster Hunter Generations will be releasing both in the Nintendo 3DS eShop and in stores in North America and Europe on July 15th, 2016.