Capcom is boasting its newest code of MT Framework for the release of the game, utilizing the features for both the Wii U and 3DS, where players can quickly access in-game books, field maps, weapons and mini games all on the touch screen. One advantage that the 3DS has is that players can exchange their guild card, which contains all their hunter’s information, with other plays via their StreetPass system.
But what players will be keen to see is that you can play the game going solo or in a four-player local play, where they can locate nearby hunters to help with your quests and adventures via the local 3DS search feature. Wii U players are not left out however, as they will also be able to scan nearby hunters with its local wireless connection. And to unify both Nintendo platform owners, you will be able to take advantage of save data sharing between the two, allowing you access to your progress both in your home and out-and-about.
You can expect to begin hunting again in March 2013.