Capcom is Selling a Real-Life Felyne Daruma From Monster Hunter Rise

Monster Hunter Felyne Daruma

Celebrating the release of the Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak expansion, Capcom Stores in Japan will start selling golden Felyne Daruma and a bunny dango plush. The two new items will be available starting June 30, 2022, the release date of the expansion. The plush will cost ¥880 (about $6), and the Daruma will cost ¥4,180 (about $31). [Thanks, Game Watch!]

Both products are based on real in-game items within Monster Hunter Rise. The golden Felyne Daruma, for example, is a reward from the lottery. Once acquired, players can display them in their house as a trinket. Its real-life counterpart is hand-crafted, and even includes the purple seat cushion that appears with it in the game.

On the other hand, the plush dango is based on the same bunny dango that players can eat before embarking on quests. Rather than being edible, however, Capcom is selling a soft plush keychain version of the snack.

These original goods will appear at the Capcom Stores in Tokyo and Osaka. The new merchandise celebrates the upcoming release of the Sunbreak expansion, which is set to add three completely new monsters and a new map to the game. Furthermore, the expansion will also feature the return of popular monsters from previous games, such as Gore Magala and Seregios.

The Monster Hunter Rise Felyne Daruma and bunny dango plush will be available starting June 30, 2022.

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