Monster Hunter Rise merchandise from Minoto drawing in Hunting Guide
Image courtesy of Capcom

New Monster Hunter Rise Merchandise Inspired By Minoto’s Drawings

Capcom revealed a new set of merchandise modeled after Minoto’s drawings in the official online Hunting Guide for Monster Hunter Rise. The collection will consist of cushion pillows based on the drawings and hand puppets inspired by Minoto’s versions of the Palico and Palamute.

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The company has also shared the approximate dimensions for each item. The pillows will have an approximate length of 50cm (~19.7in) and width of 35cm (~13.8). Meanwhile, the puppets will be around 12-14 inches tall and 8-9 inches wide.

Monster Hunter Rise merchandise from Minoto Hunting Guide
Image courtesy of Capcom

Capcom also shared more sample images of the items, showing how people will be able to stretch the pillows and insert their hands into the puppets.

These Hunting Guide items will be available as prizes in Capcom’s crane games located at amusement centers around Japan on November 23, 2023. The company will also list the items on Capcom Net Catcher, where people can play a remote crane game via PC or mobile devices and have the prizes delivered to their Japanese addresses.

Capcom has been releasing Monster Hunter Rise merchandise with unique designs in recent months. In July 2023, it worked with tomtoc to reveal several unique bags modeled after Palico and Palamute heads, as well as a Well-Done Steak. These bags are available to order worldwide via Amazon.

Monster Hunter Rise and its Sunbreak expansion are available worldwide on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One. The new merchandise inspired by Minoto’s drawings in the Hunting Guide will appear in crane games across Japan on November 23, 2023.

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