HomeNewsMonster Hunter 4 Ultimate Distributed By Nintendo In Europe and Australia Zak Penrith July 2, 2014 News Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, the updated version of the Japanese exclusive Monster Hunter 4 will be distributed by Nintendo in Europe and Australia. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will still be published by Capcom, but Nintendo will be handling things like sales, marketing, public relations and distribution when the game is released in early 2015 for the Nintendo 3DS. This deal comes out of the success of a similar arrangement that Capcom and Nintendo had with the previous game in the Monster Hunter franchise, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. The deal is basically the same, and since Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate was a huge success, chances are Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will do just as well. In Japan, Monster Hunter 4 has pushed over 4 million units. This has resulted it the game surpassing some of the biggest 3DS hits in terms of sales for titles like Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds and Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. It won’t be too long until we get Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate here in the west, so until then check out this amazing trailer. Source: Nintendo Life, Wikipedia Share this post: No related posts. CapcomMonster Hunter 4Monster Hunter 4 UltimateOne Piece: Unlimited World Red Getting Free DLC in EuropeTwitch Livestream Service Could be Headed to the 3DS SoonAbout The AuthorZak PenrithNews Writer/Reviewer (UK)Zak is a gamer who has been playing Nintendo games since he could remember! His favorite franchises are Zelda & Animal Crossing, and his favorite games are The Legend Of Zelda: Majoras Mask and Super Mario 64. When he isn't playing video games, he's often outside playing sports while cramming for tests.