Dalamadur’s clamoring noise has woken up the meteoric Sonic the Hedgehog from the doze! Perhaps you could have remembered the announcement made by Capcom in September stating that the Publication house is planning to join hands with Sega to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Sonic the Hedgehog, and the collaboration is being an ample ground for complacency to the fans of Monster Hunter.
On November 17th today, Monster Hunter’s official Twitter post reveals the exact date of the Sonic collaboration and various exciting rewards. The Twitter post reads, ” OH YEAH! @Sonic_Hedgehog collaboration is coming in FAST! Available to all #MHRise players starting November 26. So things are waiting for you on November 26. Sharp up the swords pachydermatous monsters is zealously waiting for Sonic the Hedgehog.
Monster Hunter also released an official teaser runs for 1:07; the trailer reveals the adoring things of Sonic and collecting rings with lightning speed. The trailer also hinted that Monster Hunter: Rise Sunbreak is coming to stream in summer 2022.
Monster hunter bringing numerous features to the land of monsters! You and your friends could feel the tail in your malamutes.
“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 “cabinet Tails” layered armored for your malamute” via Capcom official website.
Dress up your Palamute as Tails with this particular equipment and armored shield. Players can also use a Felvine Bulb to rejuvenate Palico’s strength, transforming Palico into Super Sonic! But you will need to obtain 7 Chaos Emeralds! Hold back at your seats for some time; soon, you will have the opportunity to go on a small ride with your tail friend into Monster land.
Surprisingly, this is not the first time Sonic has united with the Monster Hunter Series. At the same time, During the Monster 4 ultimate generation, players could snag Sonic-themed weapons and outfits for their Palico. CAPCOM and SEGA kept up a good relationship from the beginning. Moreover, this will be the first “non-Capcom” collaboration landing in Monster Island. You might harken back to the Ghosts n’ Goblins collab and Capcom characters from Street Fighter, Okami, and Mega Man series.