With the release date of Monster Hunter Rise slowly inching its way closer, Capcom has been treating its fans with updates and new information. Recently, during the Monster Hunter Rise online event, a new trailer was shared that showed off the game’s first free title update, and new additional monsters. Now, Capcom is giving fans more reason to spend money on MH Rise by announcing a new collaboration with popular life wear brand Uniqlo.
This announcement is the latest out of the many previous collaborations Capcom has had with Uniqlo. In a past collection, the life wear brand featured characters from Street Fighter. The brand also launched several designs to celebrate Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate and Monster Hunter World back when they were first released.
In a recent Twitter post, Capcom shared a few photos of the upcoming designs in the Monster Hunter Rise x Uniqlo t-shirt collection. There will be six different t-shirt designs under the Men’s sizes, and four under the Kid’s sizes. The t-shirts are mostly neutral in color, with blacks, beiges, and the occasional blue or green, making it easy to wear every day.
Fans will likely enjoy the different designs that are centered around the iconic features found in Monster Hunter Rise. These include the flagship monster Magnamalo emblazoned in the game’s traditional art style, the game’s very important buddies such as the Palico and Palamute, and even the unique in-game icons of recognizable items in the series.
No official prices have been shared about the Monster Hunter Rise x Uniqlo t-shirt collection. Given that the information was posted on both English and Japanese Twitter accounts, fans can assume that they will be made available in both regions, unlike the MH Rise-themed Capcom Cafe which is open only in Japan. With no official release date shared, fans will have to wait on the company's social media for further updates.
Capcom held a livestreamed Monster Hunter digital event this week to further unveil information regarding two upcoming Monster Hunter games: Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin. The former is headed to the Switch on March 26, 2021, and the latter will be arriving on Switch and Steam in July 2021. A boatload of new details have surfaced regarding both titles, but many fans were excited to hear about the first title update for Monster Hunter Rise that would include a returning monster named Chameleos.
The first free update will be coming one month after the launch of the game and will include several "new" monsters and some other features/improvements. For those wondering just what the heck Chameleos is and where it's from, here's what Monster Hunter fans need to know.
Chameleos has been part of the Monster Hunter franchise for about 15 years now, as this Elder Dragon was first introduced in the Japanese release of Monster Hunter 2 back in 2006 for the PlayStation 2. Old-school Western Monster Hunter fans didn't get to fight against this beast until Monster Hunter Freedom 2 released on the PSP one year later in 2007, which was sort of an updated portable version of Monster Hunter 2, but not exactly a straight port. And it's most recent appearance was in Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, otherwise known as Monster Hunter XX in Japan.
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