Monster Hunter Rise Riders Event

Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Riders Collaboration Planned

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A Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Riders collaboration event is on the way. The event will feature the Magnamalo, the flagship monster of Monster Hunter Rise. Monster Hunter Riders players will be able to obtain the fearsome Magnamalo through the event for a limited time. The Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Riders collaboration event will begin in May 25, 2021.

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However, the event is strictly limited to Monster Hunter Riders. There is currently no indication that a collaboration event featuring content from Monster Hunter Riders will make its way into Monster Hunter Rise. That being said, for a limited time a Monster Hunter Riders Kirin charm did appear in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne. So the possibility of a collaboration item being distributed to Monster Hunter Rise players is there.

Regarding the Monster Hunter Rise collaboration event, the Magnamalo will appear alongside a special series of quests. Players can also obtain the Magnamalo through a limited banner. Additionally, the Magnamalo will have its signature attacks, such as its devastating tail swipe and charge. You can watch the collaboration event video below.

Monster Hunter Riders is immediately available for Android and iOS users. However, it is currently only available in Japanese. There is currently no word of a potential localization. Monster Hunter Rise is immediately available for Nintendo Switch.


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