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Sonic Frontiers to Get Free Monster Hunter DLC After Launch

Sonic Frontiers will be getting free Monster Hunter DLC shortly after launch. Sega is partnering up with Capcom again to bring this crossover to the upcoming game following a previous collaboration that saw Sonic DLC appear in Monster Hunter Rise.

The official Sonic the Hedgehog Twitter account detailed what players can expect from the free Monster Hunter DLC which will arrive in Sonic Frontiers on 14 November, just a week after the game’s launch. The DLC will include Rathalos equipment that Sonic can wear, in addition to Monster Hunter‘s ‘grilled meat’ mini-game which players can enjoy in Sonic Frontiers.

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Have a look at the screenshots below showing the Monster Hunter DLC in Sonic Frontiers:

Sonic Frontiers Free Monster Hunter DLC Capcom Sega

Sonic Frontiers Free Monster Hunter DLC Capcom Sega

The official Steam page for Sonic Frontiers describes the game:

“Worlds are colliding in Sonic the Hedgehog’s newest high-speed adventure! In search of the missing Chaos emeralds, Sonic becomes stranded on an ancient island teeming with unusual creatures. Battle hordes of powerful enemies as you explore a breathtaking world of action, adventure, and mystery. Accelerate to new heights and experience the thrill of high-velocity, open-zone platforming freedom as you race across the five massive Starfall Islands. Jump into adventure, wield the power of the Ancients, and fight to stop these new mysterious foes. Welcome to the evolution of Sonic games!”

In related news, Super Sonic was confirmed to appear in the game thanks to a trailer shown at Tokyo Game Show. If you’re planning on picking up Sonic Frontiers on PC, here’s the full PC system requirements that you’ll need to get started on your open-world adventure.

Sonic Frontiers launches on 8 November 2022 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC. The free Monster Hunter DLC will arrive on 14 November 2022, very shortly after the game’s launch, for all platforms.

Source: Twitter

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