Capcom announced the release date for the Sonic the Hedgehog collaboration for Monster Hunter Rise. Starting from November 26th, Sonic The Hedgehog collaboration layered armor will be available for players in Monster Hunter Rise through two special event quests. This includes layered armor for the player character inspired by Sonic, as well as a Sonic Palico costume and a Tails Palamute costume.
The Palico costume also has some unique special effects such as the spin dash and Super Sonic.
Sonic The Hedgehog collaboration
Enjoy this collaboration and celebrate the 30th anniversary of the game that has captured the hearts and imaginations of people around the world!
Two New Special Event Quests!
Roll around at the speed of sound, collecting rings to the beat of some classic compositions from the Sonic the Hedgehog series!
Three Unique Sonic and Tails Armor Sets!
Complete the collaboration quests to unlock layered armor that will transform your Palico into Sonic, and dress your Hunter and Palamute in Sonic- and Tails-themed clothing!
“Sonic Wear” layered armor for the Hunter and “Canyne Tails” layered armor for your Palamute!
Team up as the famous duo from the Sonic the Hedgehog series with this layered armor!
Suit up your hunter in Sonic duds, and dress your Palamute as Tails with this special equipment!
“Sonic Costume” layered armor for your Palico!
Get your hands on layered armor to transform your Palico into Sonic!
Not only will your Palico look just like Sonic, but they can blast forward with a Spin Dash!
Harness the Power of the Chaos Emeralds and Transform Your Palico into Super Sonic!
When you use a Felvine Bulb to temporarily boost your Palico’s strength, they will transform into Super Sonic!
Don’t miss the special animation when this happens, featuring all 7 Chaos Emeralds!
You can also get trinkets such as a Sonic Figurine as rewards for completing the quests, so you can have fun spicing up your room in Kamura Village!
About the Sonic Series
Sonic the Hedgehog, Sega’s immensely popular video game character known around the world, was first introduced in the video game “Sonic the Hedgehog” released in 1991. This speedy hedgehog hero has appeared in numerous titles spanning various game consoles throughout the years with series sales surpassing 1.14 billion units (including downloads)!
We look forward to seeing what stages Sonic zooms through in the future!