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Image via HoYoVerse, M.Rage

Honkai: Star Rail Jackets Feature Acheron and Silver Wolf

HoYoVerse announced an upcoming collaboration with clothing brand M.Rage. You’ll be able to get jackets featuring Silver Wolf and Acheron from Honkai: Star Rail, with pre-orders opening on July 1, 2024.

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As a note, while M.Rage does offer international shipping, it’s not available for all of its products. This is likely due to restrictions on licensing, much like how Good Smile Company doesn’t deliver to Europe. For its Honkai: Star Rail products, it can only deliver to Canada and the United States.

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Image via HoYoVerse, M.Rage

Both the Silver Wolf racing jacket and the Acheron bomber jacket cost $190 each. The Acheron jacket features motifs from the character (the red slash, the tattoo on her leg), the 5-star denotation, pictures of her Traces, and the artwork of her from the Honkai: Star Rail Version 2.1 promotional picture. Silver Wolf’s is a little less busy. It includes artwork from Incessant Rain on both the front and back. Incessant Rain, for reference, is Silver Wolf’s 5-star signature Light Cone. You’ll be able to try on the jackets at Anime Expo on July 5, 2024.

Honkai: Star Rail is readily available on the PS5, Windows PC, and mobile devices. The M.Rage Acheron and Silver Wolf jackets from Honkai: Star Rail will be open for pre-order from July 1, 2024 and will ship out some time in late October 2024.

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