Monster Hunter Rise Merchandise Includes Themed Carrying Case and Miniature Palamute Plush


Capcom has released information about upcoming Monster Hunter Rise merchandise. Two different carrying cases, a set of acrylic charms, and plushes of the Palamute, Palico, and Magnamalo have appeared on the Japanese e-Capcom storefront. All of the items listed are scheduled to release on March 26, 2021, coinciding with the release date for Monster Hunter Rise. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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The carrying cases will come in two sizes, with the “Supply Box” carrying case providing enough room for consumers to carry their entire Switch console with them. This includes the charging dock. Spaces in the carrying case have been sectioned off for consumers to carry their Nintendo Switch console and controllers safely. The “Supply Box” carrying case will cost ¥4,620 or $45.

And for Nintendo Switch Lite users, a special mini-carrying case is available to purchase through the official e-Capcom storefront as well. This case is much smaller but still has plenty of Monster Hunter Rise motifs. This includes a special emblem on the zipper and Palico and Palamute embellishments on the front of the case. This piece of Monster Hunter Rise merchandise will cost ¥2,800 or $28.

The mentioned charms will cost ¥1,650 or $25 individually and ¥9,100 or $90 for the set of fourteen. Consumers will be able to carry charms of their favorite weapons from Monster Hunter Rise with these stylish acrylic charms. You can take a look at the charms below.

Monster Hunter Rise Merchandise

And as part of Monster Hunter plushes’ deformed line-up, three new plushes have been added to the e-Capcom storefront. This includes the Magnamalo, Palico, and the loveable Palamute. Each plush will cost ¥2,500 or roughly $25. What makes this Palico plush different from other releases is the outfit.

Palamute Palico Magnamalo Plush

Monster Hunter Rise will be released simultaneously worldwide on the Nintendo Switch on March 26, 2021.

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