Although we're still a few weeks off the Wii U launch, we're already aware that a handful of titles will be running at full 1080p resolution, including Rayman Legends, Toki Tori 2, and ZombiU. Now we have one more game to add to that list.

The latest issue of Japanese magazine Famitsu has revealed that Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate will run at full 1080p resolution, with 5.1 surround sound to boot. It's a long way from the original Monster Hunter Tri, which was originally released for the Wii a few years back.

Aside from the updated visuals, gamers can look forward to a handful of new content and features, including local multiplayer and save file transferring with the 3DS version of the game.