Capcom has stated that it has no plans to make Monster Hunter Freedom Unite and its Japanese counterpart Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G compatible with the recently released iOS 9 (thanks NeoGAF).
“This application is not compatible with iOS 9 (including the Beta). There are currently no plans to update this application in the future. Please keep this in mind when updating your OS,” reads Freedom Unite’s App Store page.
This means that anyone updating their iOS device with iOS 9, which was released on September 16th, won’t be able to play the game any longer unless they revert to older versions of iOS.
That’s despite them having paid $14.99 for Freedom Unite. And it’s also worth noting that Freedom Unite isn’t even that old – it came out in July 2014.