No online play in Monster Hunter Tri G

Local multiplayer only for 3DS battler.

3DS beast-battler Monster Hunter Tri G will not feature online play, publisher Capcom has announced.

Confirmation came out of an FAQ on the game's official site, as translated by Siliconera.

Local multiplayer will be supported however, and there will be post launch DLC.

While the Wii original featured full online play, none of the PSP Monster Hunter Portable titles have done so.

The game is out in Japan in December, with no European date yet confirmed.

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