Monster Hunter Generations Free August DLC Revealed

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Monster Hunter Generations DLC

Though I may not be the biggest Monster Hunter fan, even I can appreciate a good deal. Those who pick up Monster Hunter Generations will have access to a bunch of free DLC in August. What caught my attention were the Okami and Wind Waker Felyne outfits, but there is also some great stuff from Metroid and Animal Crossing, as well as others. The DLC is split up into various categories, such as Regular Quests, Prowler Quests, Arena Challenges, Special Palicoes and even Item Packs and Extras.

Monster Hunter Generations Animal Crossing

So cute…

To download all these goodies, all it requires is that you access the Download menu and then start blabbing to NPCs. The Wycademy Gal unlocks Regular Quests, the Arena Instructor gives you access to Challenge Quests, Extras can be purchased from the Trader, the Meowstress lets you hire Special Palicoes, and last but not least, the Housekeeper lets you acquire Item Packs.

Monster Hunter Generations Samus

My booty is ready!

To see the entire, quite lengthy, list of free DLC in August then check out the official Capcom Unity Blog below. Monster Hunter Generations fans have a lot to look forward to!


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