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Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate: How to Capture Monsters

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Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate: How to Capture Monsters

How to Capture Monsters in Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate

Wondering how to capture monsters in Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate? Don’t sweat it because we have your answer right here.

Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate has officially made its way over to the Nintendo Switch. While getting Monster Hunter: World eventually would be pretty, pretty, pretty sweet, the original Monster Hunter Generations for the Nintendo 3DS was no slouch either. It received high critical remarks from most publications, including us, and one would figure that the Nintendo Switch version would be even crisper, and more fun to play with the better horsepower under the hood, and the ability to play either on the go or on your television screen.

One of the crucial parts of any Monster Hunter game is the killing or capturing of monsters. Because, well, if you couldn’t do that, then what exactly is the point of this game? Just socializing with townspeople? Cowering in fear like everyone else about a potential monster attack? No, you’re the monster hunter and you’re going to go out and get them dead or alive, whether they deserved it or not. So, that’s why you need to know how to capture monsters in Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, and here’s how you do it.

To capture monsters in Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, hang with, and battle your prey until you’re able to set up a trap on the ground to snare it. When you have it in your trap, use a tranquilizer bomb to lull your target to a sweet, long sleep. After that, you’ve officially done the job. Unlike those bloodthirsty hunters in other MH games, you’re more civilized, and respect the nature, kind of… I guess. Let’s not think about it too much.

That does it for how to capture monsters in Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate. Be sure to search Twinfinite for more tips, tricks and guides and check our wiki.

Ed has been a proud member of the Twinfinite staff since 2014. He plays everything on everything but is particularly fond of JRPGs, MMOs, and sports. He holds a B.A. in history and political science and a M.S. in education all from the University at Albany.

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