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Ninjala Monster Hunter Rise Crossover Arrives in April

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The next Ninjala collaboration will have the ninjas on the lookout for monsters, as Monster Hunter Rise-themed items are heading to the game. They’ll begin showing up on April 27, 2021. There’s also a Nissin U.F.O. Yakisoba Cup coming up April 24-25, 2021 and a Goemon Matsuri starting April 27, 2021.

All of the Monster Hunter Rise Ninjala items are cosmetic. The free items are an IPPON Decoration and Palico sticker. The former you get as a battle reward, and the latter you get for logging in. There will be Gum Utsusemi that look like the Palico and Palamute amiibo. You can get a Monster Hunter shirt for your avatar to wear. There will be Palico and Palamute IPPON Decorations. You can get BBQ Fail, BBQ Success, and Weapon Sharpening emotes. Finally, there will be Aknosom Style, Kamura Style, and Rathalos Style outfits inspired by the different armor sets.

As for the other events, logging in and playing can net you other rewards and crossover items. The Nissin U.F.O. Yakisoba Cup gives everyone who takes part in the online tournament a Nissin U.F.O. Yakisoba IPPON Decoration. There will also be Gacha Coins, Gold Medals, Silver Medals, Bronze Medals, and an Extremely Addictive emote given away for people who earn places. As for the Goemon Matsuri, you can get 600 free Japan. However, you have to log in three times between April 27, 2021 and May 26, 2021.

Here’s the full Ninjala developer diary, which goes over the upcoming crossover and events.

There have been quite a few major Ninjala crossover events since it launched. For example, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu items and songs appeared in the game. There was also a Sonic the Hedgehog crossover.

Ninjala is available on the Nintendo Switch worldwide, as is Monster Hunter Rise. The Monster Hunter Rise collaboration will be available in-game between April 27, 2021 and May 26, 2021.  

Jenni Lada
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