Monster Hunter X Japanese release date set

Original design 3DS XL bundle also planned.

Monster Hunter X

Monster Hunter X will launch for 3DS in Japan on November 28, Capcom announced. It will cost 5,800 yen via retail or 5,546 yen via download. Pre-orders begin on August 1.

Capcom is also planning an original design 3DS XL including a copy of the game for 26,000 yen. Details will be shared at a later date.

Two 3DS original themes are also planned.

Japanese musician Daigo is set to play the main role in the game’s TV promotions. He’s apparently logged over 230 hours playing the Monster Hunter series.

Monster Hunter X will be at the Tokyo Game Show between September 19 and 20, where it will be playable to attendees.

Additionally, Capcom announced that it will release two new weapons introduction video for Monster Hunter X everyday between August 1 and 7. The first two weapons that will be

Finally, it was revealed that Nargacuga, a Flying Wyvern first introduced in Monster Hunter Freedom Unite and last seen in Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, will resurface in Monster Hunter X.

Watch some new footage below.







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