Capcom originally confirmed that Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate will have a Western release for the Wii U and 3DS on March this year. Now, the company has released specific release dates for both North America and Europe, with the former receiving their port on March 19, while the latter will have to wait until March 22.
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate will be made available for purchase in digital format via the eShop and in stores, and there will also be free playable demos released for both platforms on February 21.
Some of the main improvements with the game include the ability to tackle over 200 different quests alone of online with up to four players on the Wii U, which also supports full voice functionality. On the 3DS side, up to four players can play together locally or you can mix and match with a combo of up to three 3DSes and one Wii U. A patch will also be made available in order to bring USB keyboard support to the Wii U version.