The arrival of Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate on the Switch might leave veteran hunters scratching their heads. What’s the point if you’ve already spent hundreds of hours playing the 3DS version? Thankfully, you can transfer your character from one console to the other. Follow these steps and your old character will get a spiffy graphical upgrade.
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Whether you’ve never played a Monster Hunter game or if you’re migrating over from Monster Hunter: World, there are a lot of important things to know about Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, released yesterday on Nintendo Switch. The original version released in 2015 and was a little clunky. Figuring out how to conquer the game’s rough edges if crucial to becoming a master hunter. Here are some starter tips.
Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate comes to the Switch on August 28. Yesterday, Paul and I streamed the demo and faced off against a massive Valstrax. It’s a sort of laser-shooting dragon that darts around like a fighter jet. As I wait for the full release, it occurs to me that Monster Hunter: World could learn a lot from the strange monsters in earlier games such as Generations.