Monster Hunter World Gets Devil May Cry Event and Free Goodies; More Street Fighter V Quests Dated

Monster Hunter World Gets Devil May Cry Event and Free Goodies; More Street Fighter V Quests Dated

Today Monster Hunter World hunters will get a special login bonus full of vouchers and prints, and the Devil May Cry crossover quest.

Today we have quite the bunch of news for Monster Hunter World fans.

First of all if you log in today, you’re gonna receive a surprise. Capcom released a special package of free goodies called Full House! Gift Set to celebrate the Monster Hunter Championship 2018.

Included in the set you’ll find ten Vouchers, five Deluxe First Wyverian Prints, one Steel Wyverian Print, one Silver Wyverian Print, and one Gold Wyverian Print. You can get it alongside your login bonus.


On top of that, today we get the beginning of the Devil May Cry crossover quest titled “Code Red”, which will continue until May 11th and will let you craft Dante’s sword and the Dante α series armor.

On top of that, you’ll also get a guild card background, five titles, and a pose.

We also get a launch date for the third part of the Street Fighter V crossover event, which includes three eight-star challenge quests requiring hunter rank thirteen and prompts you to fight against Nergigante. The reward is the Ryu α series armor. The quests will be available until May 25th.

Below you can check out the updated event and challenge quest schedule updated to May 17th.

There are also a couple of paid DLC incoming, in the form of a Devil May Cry emote, a stamp set, and a Chun Li costume for the handler. You can check them out in the videos at the bottom of the post.

If you want to learn more about the game, you can read our review. You can also check out the latest update, that introduced the Elder Dragon Kulve Taroth.

Monster Hunter World is currently available for PS4 and Xbox One. If you have not purchased it yet, you can grab it on Amazon.

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