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By Sato . September 18, 2013 . 9:34pm
Capcom have announced Monster Hunter Frontier G for the PlayStation Vita at Tokyo Game Show. The game will be released in 2014, alongside Wii U and PlayStation 3 versions, and the PS3 version of the game will be able to cross-play with Vita.
In case you need to get caught up, Monster Hunter Frontier is a subscription-based online game that was released in 2007 for Windows PCs. In 2010, Capcom ported the game to Xbox 360 and stated their desire to bring the game to other platforms in the near future. Then, earlier this year, the company announced that the most recent version of the game, Monster Hunter Frontier G, was headed to the Wii U and PS3.
While PlayStation Vita players won’t be able to play in every world of Monster Hunter Frontier G, several PlayStation 3 worlds will be open for Vita players. Additionally, there will also be a data-transfer feature between the two consoles.
Monster Hunter Frontier G will begin service on PlayStation Vita in 2014. Similar to the PC, Wii U, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game, a subscription will be required to play the game. You can watch a trailer for it above.