It is important to note that Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate is designed for both veterans and novices.
Capcom is also touting the ability to transfer over save data from the 3DS version of Monster Hunter Generations over to Switch. Take on the role of a courageous hunter on an adrenaline-fueled adventure challenging larger-than-life beasts. They can continue from where they left off and enjoy the new content in Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate.More news: At Least 2 Reportedly Dead, 6 Injured After Explosions In Kabul
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With the release of Generations Ultimate, we're finally getting a taste of the game on Switch in the West - which a lot of fans will be very happy about. This release introduces a new quest level called "G" rank that features even more formidable versions of familiar foes, truly testing experienced hunters' battle tactics now with different moves and abilities never before seen in the wild.
All the gear, these two new styles, along with the existing four (Guild, Striker, Adept and Aerial) and new Hunter Arts (super moves!) add up to a near limitless amount of possibilities for you to experiment, changing up your experience every time or customizing your hunter to find a hunting type that feels personalized just for you.
In terms of improvements over the 3DS version there's a range of new, old, and slightly-altered monsters, including fan favourites Barioth and Diablos, six extra-hard Deviant monsters, Elder Dragon Valstrax, and final boss Ahtal-Ka. Some of the unique elements of Generations include special moves called Hunting Arts, a new system called Hunting Styles and the Prowler mode, which allows players to turn into Felyne companions and fight monsters. Capcom began work on the game years before Nintendo even announced the Switch, and at this point, it probably doesn't make sense to dedicate the resources necessary to bring it to the Switch.