Capcom shocked fans today with the announcement that Monster Hunter Stories is now available for mobile devices, making it the first in the popular series to land on this type of platform.
And, why not? The title, that originally launched on the 3DS in 2017, is the perfect fit for mobile users as it’s the one game in the MH series aimed directly at the casual gamer.
The game’s content will mirror that of the handheld version and, in addition, contain improved graphics, autosave, and new battle controls. On-line multiplayer battles will be available, regionally, for those who own a copy of the game.
The game is being sold at the premium price of $19.99 and promises no in-app purchases will be required. For those who’d like to give the game a try before committing to buying, there is a free demo available. (Note: Be sure about purchasing because it appears the game is non-refundable).
The 3DS version is available through nintendo.com and most retailers for $39.99.
Interested in knowing more about Monster Hunter Stories? Check out our review of the game on the 3DS.
Sources: Capcom, Google Play Store