Monster Hunter: World

Monster Hunter: World x Street Fighter V Collaboration Event Coming on May 4th! Another Fighter is Coming Your Way!

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Details on the next Monster Hunter: World collaboration event with Street Fighter V have been revealed!


In the 2nd Street Fighter collaboration event, you can get the full armor set for Sakura. The event starts on May 4th and stays open for 2 weeks; it will be followed by the 3rd Street Fighter collaboration event, where you can get the full armor set for Ryu, which will be available for 2 weeks, starting on May 11th.


In the 2nd collab event with Street Fighter on May 4th, you can get SFV Ticket 2 from the challenge quest just like the 1st collab event and use it to craft full armor set of Sakura α at the workshop.


The challenge quest for the 2nd collab event is hunting a Pink Rathian in the Arena, which only hunters over 12 HR can take on, and the quest difficulty is ★7. There are 3 types of challenge quests so there is a difference to the gear and items you can use, although the quest requirements and rewards are all same. Since these are challenge quests, the number of allies in your party is limited to a maximum of 2.


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The 3rd collaboration event with Street Fighter will begin a week later on May 11th. The reward for the challenge quest in the 3rd collab is also the Ryu gear, but this time you will be getting the Advanced Ryu α series that comes with several options and can be changed with different colours.

 

There are 3 types of challenge quests, like the 2nd collab event, but this time you will be hunting Nergigante. Only hunters over 13 HR can accept the 3rd collab event’s challenge quest, and the quest difficulty is ★8.

 

 

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