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Capcom’s online store updated overnight with a slew of Monster Hunter Double Cross Nintendo Switch merchandise. Not only that, but the game is getting multiple limited edition bundles!

Starting off with the Normal Version for 6,264 yen fans will receive the game, a “replacement jacket” that is currently being printed and one of nine acrylic keychains.

The next bundle, dubbed the Value Set, contains everything from the Normal Version bundle plus another acrylic keychain and Monster Hunter Double Cross for the 3DS — all for 9,990 yen.

The ultimate Limited Edition set is priced at 12,744 yen and contains everything from the Normal Version bundle plus a sound selection CD, a 32 page production note book and a mini shoulder bag. These three items are offered with the 3DS version’s limited edition bundles, so these items have been seen before. Judging by the pictures provided, the shoulder bag may be a tight fit for carrying a Switch on the go.

Luckily, Capcom has made cases specifically for the Switch. A travel case for 2,376 yen matches previous Monster Hunter Double Cross merchandise with its camo-like pattern. Similar to other cases, five Switch cartridges can be carried with a Switch system too.

If you’d rather have a Supply Box carry or store your Switch, then Capcom is making one as well, priced at 3,780 yen. The case’s design isn’t finalized yet, but they do have a rendering available as well as an interior picture of what you can fit into the bag.

Finally, the limited edition Monster Hunter Double Cross themed Nintendo Switch was also available online where, according to Japanese Nintendo, it sold out in under two hours. As of now, we don’t have any confirmation if other retailers will sell the unit, but just like the Splatoon 2 bundle, this one will continue to be in demand.

All items, beside the Nintendo Switch bundle, are still available. Everything will be released on August 25th this year. We doubt this will be the last of planned merchandise for the Nintendo Switch version of the game — what would you like to see Capcom release next?

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Written by Jennifer Burch

Illustrator, designer, writer and big Nintendo geek, you can find Jennifer with an N3DS within reach 24/7. As the oldest of three, she has survived many Mario Party, Super Smash Bros. and Mario Kart sessions intact in addition to getting her brothers hooked on some really weird games. (Cubivore anyone?)