Monster Hunter Frontier 3.0
Season 3 update for Monster Hunter Frontier, which has already been released. Features new some new monsters, and many game aspects have been improved. The release of 3.0 also marked the 1 year anniversary of MHFO.
- Many new Felyne updates.
- New armor shown.
- New weapons.
- Akura Vashimu introduced.
- Azure Hypnock introduced.
- Many new weapons.
- Ability to change armor color.
- Deeper room customization.
- New hairstyles.
The Akura Vashimu is a scorpion-like carapaceon that is thus far exclusive to Monster Hunter Frontier. The Akura Vashimu has blue-purple crystals growing on its claws, back, and tail tip. The Akura rests and hides underground, protruding its large mineral tail tip on the surface. If it is aware of nearby enemies, its tail breaks out of the sand and swings around violently, hurting anything nearby.
The Azure Hypnocatrice is a subspecies of the Hypnocatrice and is thus far exclusive. The Azure Hypnocatrice is stronger than its other two counterparts, with a different moveset. It is only found in one area, the new Great Forest Peak.
Available weapons of the two new monsters.
The Great Forest Peak (樹海頂部) is an additional area that is introduced in Monster Hunter Frontier Version 3.0. It was first revealed on June 20, 2008. It is meant to be the top of the giant tree in the center of the Great Forest. Camp appears to be set in a steamy jungle grotto with hanging vines and rain poring through holes in the ceiling. This area is home only to the rare monsters, White Espinas and Azure Hypnocatrice, both of whom are fast asleep upon first entrance into the only area of the arena-like map. This may be connected to the secret area in the Great Forest in Monster Hunter Freedom Unite.
Season 3.0 Trailer
Monster Hunter Frontier 3.5 Update
The update to season 3.0. It features a new monster and an all new VS. Quests.
The Akura Jebia is a scorpion monster that lives in the caves of swampy areas. Where as Akura Vashimu is purple, Jebia is mostly white and blue. Covered in spikes and horns, it is much more efficient at dishing damage than Vashimu. It is thus far exclusive to Monster Hunter Frontier.
|Internationally-Released Monster Hunter Games|
|First Generation||Monster Hunter | Monster Hunter Freedom|
|Second Generation||Monster Hunter Freedom 2 | Monster Hunter Freedom Unite|
|Third Generation||Monster Hunter 3 | Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate|
|Others||Monster Hunter Dynamic Hunting|
|Japan-Exclusive Monster Hunter Games|
|First Generation||Monster Hunter G | Monster Hunter Portable|
|Second Generation||Monster Hunter 2 | Monster Hunter Portable 2nd | Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G|
|Third Generation||Monster Hunter 3 | Monster Hunter Portable 3rd | Monster Hunter 3 G|
|Fourth Generation||Monster Hunter 4|
|Frontier Series|| Monster Hunter Frontier | Season 1.0 | 2.0 | 3.0 | 4.0 | 5.0 | 6.0 | 7.0 | 8.0 | 9.0 | 10.0|
MHFO Season Forward 1 | Forward 2 | Forward 3 | Forward 4 | Forward 5
|Diary Series||MHD: Felyne Village | MHD: Mobile Felyne Village | MHD:Felyne Village G|
|Others|| Monster Hunter i | MH Mobile Games | Monster Hunter Hunting Card|
Monster Hunter: Phantom Island Voyage