These Monster Hunter World videos show upcoming collaboration events and DLC

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 7 April 2018 16:50 GMT

Gestures, the Character Edit Voucher and Stamps for various content have been shown off in a batch of Monster Hunter World videos.

Capcom Japan released new videos for Monster Hunter World providing a look at upcoming DLC and collaborations.

The collaboration videos feature Devil May Cry, Mega Man, and Street Fighter 5 cross-over content.

A Devil May Cry cross-over event for Monster Hunter World was announced in March, and the Mega Man Palico content was first revealed in December 2017.

The Mega Man cross-over event kicks off April 13 and the Devil May Cry event starts on April 27. Monster Hunter World players on PlayStation 4 will be able to acquire a Chun-Li Handler outfit come April 27.

In the video above, Capcom provides a quick look at the cross-over content, as well as a demo for the Character Edit Voucher. Monster Hunter World players were provided with a sample of the feature in March, and it will be made available for purchase this spring.

The video also shows some of the new hairstyle options which will be free to all players (thanks, Siliconera).

New Gestures to be made available as separate purchases were shown in three short clips. And no, it’s not your sound card or speakers cracking up: these clips are devoid of sound.

A clip of a new insect-themed outfit for the Handler was also provided.

Monster Hunter World players can currently enjoy participating in the Spring Blossom Fest which runs through April 19.

The Spring Blossom Fest brings back previous time-limited, PS4-exclusive Monster Hunter World Event Quests The Proving with Aloy’s armor and Watcher Palico and the Ryu Street Fighter skin.

The Tempered Deviljho quest also makes a return.

Monster Hunter World is currently available for PS4 and Xbox One. It’s expected to release on PC sometime this year.

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