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Old 01-29-2018, 02:11 AM   #1
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Monster Hunter: World is getting Ryu and Sakura costumes from SFV

You really can play as Ryu and Sakura in the DLC quest and use Hadouken in MHW?!



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Monster Hunter: World is getting Ryu and Sakura costumes

Hadouken some dinos to death

Are you enjoying Monster Hunter: World so far? Well, it's about to get a little more badass.

Just a few days ago we told you Street Fighter V will be receiving some Monster Hunter: World costumes this Spring, but that isn't the only crossover between the two titles coming our way. Capcom announced a series of quests are coming to World that will reward players with "SFV Tickets" they can use to craft costumes modeled after Ryu and Sakura.

If you're wondering when you'll be able to start these quests, know that Capcom is rewarding its loyal fans first. According to the Capcom-Unity blog, the quest for Ryu's set called "Down the Dark, Muddy Path" will be given as an early exclusive to PlayStation 4 owners who have save data from Street Fighter V or Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition.

For players without SFV save data or Xbox One owners, that event quest will be added to the rotation at a later date. Sometime after that, two more event quests will be added to the rotation that will allow players to craft costumes for both Ryu and Sakura. More than that, players will be able to get Shoryuken & Hadoken poses for free while both will be available as gestures for $3.99 each. There will also be a stamp set available for $1.99.


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Old 01-30-2018, 05:10 AM   #2
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