The demo currently only features 2 new monsters (the Lycanthrope and Plesioth) but as soon as the release date was announced Capcom confirmed that there would other monsters available to battle. Just like MHB Wii, apparently the Monster Hunter Tri is being given a simultaneous worldwide release with the U.S. release scheduled for 18th June. We've already heard some great things about Ultimate so this is great news.
Monster Hunter Tri runs at 1080p resolution on both screens and can run from six to eight hours, depending on difficulty and player choice on either system. The game will be released on June 18th in North America and June 23rd in Europe. As with other Monster Hunter games, there is a full price of £46.99 for the standard edition and Nintendo added a "Game Over" edition for £24.99. Monster Hunter Tri will have a bunch of special download codes available if you pre-order at select retailers like Amazon and Game.
Monster Hunter Tri comes with three new playable hunters, with all of them coming from the mainline Monster Hunter games: Squall, Ifrit and Golbez. You can play as them in both the Wii U and 3DS versions. What's that?, That's a two player mode? Sure, you can play as one of the new hunters and the other as his partner in the Wii U version and as long as you have a 3DS XL. Capcom has also decided to implement servers for co-op, so you can connect with others to hunt even if you're playing on your own.
A big feature of the demo is that the Wii U and 3DS versions can now chat with each other -- with the help of internet connection. A great feature that will be limited to those who have a broadband internet connection. If you're online, you can also hunt with anyone on the same world.
You need to get the most recent save files for the Armors and Weapons you've equipped, meaning you should all have saved them in your 3DS somewhere. I uninstalled the full version on my 3DS to flash the 3.2 firmware on and they wouldn't update for some reason d2c66b5586