Monster Hunter 3’s Online Fees Look Familiar


image With only days until it comes out Capcom confirmed Monster Hunter 3’s online mode will be pay to play. To access the online mode you need a hunting ticket, which are sold in tiers just like Monster Hunter G.


Before you fork over Wii Points you get a twenty day trial subscription. Afterwards, it’s 800 Wii Points ($8) for a 30 day subscription, 1,500 Wii Points ($15) for a 60 days, or 2,000 Wii Points ($20) for 90 days.


Please note the online fees are only for Japan. Monster Hunter, the original one for the PlayStation 2, also had a pay to play online mode in Japan, but the game was free to play here. Monster Hunter Tri is slated for a domestic release this fiscal year which means sometime between now and March 31, 2010.

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