Monster Hunter Generations release date is expected to take place in North America and Europe on July 15 for the Nintendo 3DS. Moreover, Nintendo is rumored to also launch two limited edition color coded 3DS XL console handhelds. The company has been teasing the details and images on its official Twitter account – @monsterhunter.

While the blue version will be available in North America, fans in Europe can experience the taste of the device in red. These devices will be available simultaneously with the new game on July 15.

Monster Hunter Generations, the English version of Monster Hunter X, is expected to provide a great opportunity for gamers to completely engage and experience the adventure with the New Nintendo 3DS XL Monster Hunter Generations Edition.

You can also look for a special edition of 3DS XL in light blue and black color with a white iconic logo. It depicts the game’s fated four signature monsters on the lid and will be sold separately for $199.99. This device is already available for pre-order from GameStop, and the rest of Nintendo’s authorized resellers.

Capcom, meanwhile, revealed that gamers will be able to test drive the new release before the official July 15 launch. A playable demo will be made available on the official Nintendo eShop by the middle of June. However, there is no official confirmation from the company regarding the release date of the demo.

Monster Hunter Generations is an action-oriented video game, where players need to accept challenges that involve hunting dangerous creatures and animals.

According to rumors, the upcoming release will be equipped with special attacks, new combat styles, including the ability to play as Felynes.

Originally launched in Japan under the title Monster Hunter X in May 2015, the developer, Capcom, has announced that they have established partnerships with various anime, manga and video game series to infuse themed costumes to the game.

On November 19, 2015, the company released a demo of the game, which featured three quests involving various monsters. After a few days of trial and addressing gamers’ feedback, the company released the final version of the game on November 28 in Japan.