Monster Hunter Rise Palico and Palamute Jewelry Now Available

Monster Hunter Rise Jewelry

Japanese jewelry retailer U-Treasure has released a Monster Hunter Rise Palico and Palamute jewelry. Consumers can currently get their hands on either necklace through the official U-Treasure storefront. The Monster Hunter Rise Palico and Palamute necklaces will cost 16,500 yen or $150 individually. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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The necklaces feature distinct charms of the Palamute and Palico. Each one comes with its own unique appeal. The Palico charm features a moving body, whereas the Palamute is three dimensional. Additionally, they feature the Kamura attire designs unique to Monster Hunter Rise. Both the Monster Hunter Rise Palamute and Palico jewelry items are made out of silver.

You can take a look at both necklaces below.

U-Treasure has released other unique pieces of Monster Hunter inspired jewelry in the past. This includes a series of wedding rings inspired by various monsters found within the series. Additionally, a Teostra and Lunastra ring are also immediately available to purchase. International shipping is available for these items.

Monster Hunter Rise remains Capcom’s best selling single-platform title, having reached upwards of 6 million units in sales since its release. There are plans to bring the title to the PC sometime in early 2022. However, a solid release date has yet to be confirmed.

Monster Hunter Rise is immediately available for the Nintendo Switch. A PC version will arrive sometime in early 2022.

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