Update (1/12/24): Capcom’s Monster Hunter Twitter page has shared a detailed table listing the content that will no longer be available come January 21st:
One of the staples of the Monster Hunter series in recent years has been its wacky collaborations. While Monster Hunter Rise hasn’t had as many collaborations as other Monster Hunter titles, it did still have some, though the number is about to get a little smaller.
On January 21, 2024, Monster Hunter Rise is losing the following collaboration DLC quests: Sonic the Hedgehog, Universal Studios Japan, and Sengan-en. This removal spells the end of the availability of a few sets of Hunter, Palico, and Canyne armors, as well as two downloadable Palicos and other cosmetics.
Heads up, hunters!
The following #MHRise collaboration content will no longer be available to download from January 21, 2024 if you do not already have it.
Please download this free content before then to keep using it as normal. You won't be able to redownload it. pic.twitter.com/2fwkplEZvw
— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) November 29, 2023
Players can still download the quests before the end date, and if they do so, they’ll be able to access the quests and the associated rewards and content as long as they remain downloaded to their systems. After January 21st, however, they will be unable to redownload them.
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