Monster Hunter Rathalos and Rathian necklaces by U-Treasure

Monster Hunter Rathalos and Rathian Necklaces Will Appear in 2024

U-Treasure announced that it will produce new necklaces modeled after Rathalos and Rathian from the Monster Hunter franchise. People from all around the world will also be able to order the accessories from the Japanese jewelry brand. They are expected to ship starting on February 28, 2024.

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The brand will convert the wings from both wyverns into miniature silver necklaces. Each item will come with a 45 cm (17.7 inches)-long chain. Even though Rathalos and Rathian are known respectively as the King of the Skies and Queen of the Land, the Japanese press release confirmed that anyone will be able to wear both unisex necklaces.

Each necklace will be available at ¥22,000 (~$150). U-Treasure will open pre-orders for these accessories from September 19, 2023, to October 19, 2023. It will begin shipping the orders on February 28, 2024. U-Treasure’s website also supports the WorldShipping service for people residing outside Japan to place orders.

The new necklaces will add more entries to U-Treasure’s collaboration with the Monster Hunter franchise. Previously in 2021, the brand released wedding rings modeled after Mizutsune, Magnamalo, and Rajang.

Rathalos and Rathian are a couple of flying wyverns that have appeared throughout the entire Monster Hunter series ever since the inaugural title came out on the PlayStation 2 in 2004. The series’ latest console entry is Monster Hunter Rise, which is available with the Sunbreak expansion on Nintendo Switch, PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One. Capcom also worked with Niantic to release Monster Hunter Now for iOS and Android mobile devices.

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