Monster Hunter sneaks into Street Fighter 6 with a collaboration now available

Monster Hunter sneaks into Street Fighter 6 with a collaboration now available
Monster Hunter sneaks into Street Fighter 6 with a collaboration now available

Monster Hunter, today Capcom’s best-selling saga along with Resident Evil, is turning 20 years old in 2024. And although its new video game Monster Hunter Wilds is scheduled for 2025 on PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PC, Capcom is launching many collaborations this year.

Street Fighter 6, which came out a year ago to outstanding ratings, receives a collaboration with Monster Hunterincluding a Rathalos skin, accessories and other series of content. Of course, as part of paid DLC.

The most interesting thing is a Rathalos skin for your avatar, with the most famous armor in the game, and including a fun Felyne helmet, as you can see in the trailer.

But there are also other elements, such as wallpaper, three musical themes, an emote with the hunters dancing, titles, stickers, a photo frame, and as a bonus, a background for the mobile phone.

Of course, all of these rewards are paid, and they will be in the store, probably for a limited time. Other rewards are part of the season passes (some premium, some free) while the weapon store will also receive Monster Hunter weapons.

This isn’t the first time the worlds of Street Fighter and Monster Hunter have crossed paths. With Street Fighter V, a collaboration was also launched, although it was the other way around: Monster Hunter World received Ryu and Sakura hunter skins.

Monster Hunter Wild, the new video game in the saga to celebrate 20 years

As we said, Capcom plans to bring Monster Hunter to as many places as it can to celebrate its 20th anniversary, including a collaboration with Puma.

But the highlight will be Monster Hunter Wilds in 2025, with larger maps, more alive ecosystems and more detailed creatures, in which it would technically be Monster Hunter 6, counting Monster Hunter World and Monster Hunter Rise as the last main installments.

We recently learned that Monster Hunter World, for PS4, Xbox One and PC, had sold 23 million units, the best-selling game in Capcom’s history, a phenomenon that began locally but is now global. This summer they promised more news about Monster Hunter Wilds.

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