Updated 04:23 PM EDT, Mon, Oct 19, 2020

‘Attack on Titan’ Armor & Weapons Now Available On ‘Monster Hunter’ Explore: iOS & Android Release Date

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Fans of "Attack on Titan" and "Monster Hunter" will surely love this news as the "Survey Corps'" and "Garrison" forces will appear on "Monster Hunter Explore" mobile game. However, this will be just a short stint that will happen just for two weeks, starting on Nov. 5.

The matching outfits of "Survey Corps" and "Garrison" as well as the latter's edge blades can now be freely use by the gamers. Anime News Network wrote: "Whether the man-eating Titans will make an appearance remains to be seen."

Game enthusiasts have to wait for CAPCOM's further announcement about this news on the said date. Meanwhile, Attack on Titan is first a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama and also a Japanese anime sequence by Yasuko Kobayashi before it was adapted as a game.

Four videogames were developed by Nitroplus in collaboration with Production I.G. They were also visual novels included in the first copies of third and sixth of its Blu-Ray disc volumes.

Later, an action packed game titled "Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains" was created by Spike Chunsoft for Nintendo 3DS, Wikipedia noted. The RPG first announced its collaboration with "Monster Hunter" on Nov. 29, 2011.

As reported by Wikia, It featured an Attack on Titan-themed Guild Card Background and Armor Sets inspired by the Trainees Squad uniforms from "Attack on Titan" itself. Also, Ultra Hard Blades or Dual Blades are included.

This weapon was adapted by Bushido of the North American and European versions of Monster Hunter 3 G. After awhile, "Attack on Titan" and "Monster Hunter" partnership continued with "Attack on Titan x MH3G."

It was announced on March 21, 2014 with another set of armor featured after the "Survey Corps" uniforms from "Attack on Titan" again. Too, additional weapons were added with the same Ultra-Hard Blades, Snap-off Blades, Survey Corps' Sword and Shield and Garrison's Half Blade.

Meanwhile, "Monster Hunter" franchise is working their next collaboration with another Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Wataru Watanabe, the Yowamushi Pedal. As ANN added, the Bandai Namco Games developed is teaming up with CAPCOM for special project.

The 46th issue of Weekly Shonen Champion this year announced the news on Thursday. The collaboration will be the mark of "Monster Hunter X" released for Nintendo 3DS on Nov. 28.

Fans and game enthusiasts have to wait a little longer for the news released about the two collaboration games.

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