Monster Hunter World X Street Fighter V Crossover Costumes Shine in Trailer and Gameplay Footage

Capcom showcases a trailer for the Street Fighter V costumes coming in Monster Hunter World, and gameplay of the other way around.

on January 28, 2018 5:36 AM

Today, at Evo Japan 2018, Capcom showcased the crossover content that will come to both Monster Hunter World and Street Fighter V.

First of all, we see a trailer of Ryu and Sakura’s costumes coming to Monster Hunter World that were revealed by Producer Ryozo Tsujimoto earlier this morning. Both costumes will be attainable via in-game event quests, and those who own Street Fighter V will have early access to those missions. They’re one-piece armor sets and cannot be mixed with other sets, but you can wear them regardless of gender. So if you want your female hunter to be Ryu, you can now fulfill that dream. After all, she quite possibly already has a beard.

The second video that you’ll see below is an exhibition match played by using two of the Monster Hunter World costumes that will come to Street Fighter V. We see Ken’s Rathalos armor costume, and Ibuki’s Kirin armor costume. Unfortunately, the third was not showcased, but we know that it’s a Zinogre armor for R.Mika.

Players will be able to earn these costumes in game as well. You’ll need to pass four challenge over four weeks for each costume in the game’s Extra Battle mode.

If you want to learn and see more about Monster Hunter World, you can read our reviewthe launch trailer, and a recent making-of video.

The game is currently available for PS4 and Xbox One, and will be released for PC this Fall.

If you’re more interested in Street Fighter V, you can check out the launch trailer of the Arcade Edition, which is now available for PS4 and PC.


Monster Hunter World X Street Fighter V Crossover Costumes Shine in Trailer and Gameplay FootageMonster Hunter World X Street Fighter V Crossover Costumes Shine in Trailer and Gameplay Footage

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