One of Monster Hunter World‘s greatest aspects is the variety of adorable armor sets you can get for your Palico companion. The armor you can get them comes in a variety of different styles, shapes, types, and sizes. To give you an idea of what kind of armor sets you’ll be able to equip your Palico once you’ve progressed far enough in the game, we’ve compiled the gallery above.
Click ahead to check out some of the best looking high-end Palico armor sets. And if you’re eager to see more armor, check out our galleries showcasing how the game’s various armor sets looks on male characters and female characters.
Monster Hunter: World is out now for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, with a PC release to come later in the year. That’s notable, as recent entries were limited to 3DS. The additional horsepower has allowed for a game with much larger, more beautiful environments to play in. It also does a better job of introducing newcomers to the flow of playing a Monster Hunter game.
You can read more about what to expect in our Monster Hunter World review. And for more impressions of the game, check out our feature detailing 11 ways to make the game even better than it already is.
Those playing on PS4 will be able to get their hands on some exclusive gear based on Horizon Zero Dawn. We also know that new Mega Man-themed items are on the way, as well as character skins themed around Street Fighter V–and if past games are any indication, this won’t be the last crossover content that Capcom releases.
Destiny 2’s Crimson Days event is now live, bringing a new activity–a special 2v2 Crucible playlist–to occupy your time. But no matter what you do, you’ll be working toward unlocking the real highlight of the new update: new gear. Destiny 2 players on PC, PS4, and Xbox One now have a variety of items to acquire, but only for a limited time.
In the gallery above, you can take a look at everything that’s currently available. The Valentine’s Day-themed event includes new Ghosts, Sparrows, armor and weapon shaders, emotes, weapon ornaments, and more to acquire. These are primarily included in new Crimson Engrams, which are obtained by playing the aforementioned Crucible mode. Alternatively, if you’ve reached the level cap (level 20 if you don’t own Curse of Osiris, 25 if you do), each level up will reward you a Crimson Engram in addition to the standard Illuminated Engram. No matter how you obtain it, the Crimson Engram is guaranteed to decrypt into an item you don’t already own until you’ve unlocked everything.
While the bulk of the new items are obtained through the Engram, there are five others that are obtained through different means. You’ll need to fulfill a specific objective in order to unlock the corresponding reward (or to have a chance at earning it, in one case). Here’s how to unlock them:
- Tirastrella Ghost Shell + Fire of the Crimson Days Emblem: Complete the “Welcome to Crimson Days” milestone (finish five Crimson Days matches, talk to Shaxx)
- Undeterred Exotic Sparrow: Complete Crimson Days Crucible playlist matches for a “chance” to unlock this
- Dieselpunk Exotic Ornament for Wardcliff Coil: Complete the Leviathan Raid or Eater of Worlds Raid Lair to find this in the final chest
- Flaunting Dance Emote: Complete the Nightfall Strike during the event
Crimson Days is now live on all platforms, and it runs until the weekly reset on February 20. Check out the gallery above for a look at everything you can get your hands on until then. Even if you don’t plan on playing much, you can get a free Crimson Engram just by logging in and speaking with Tess at The Tower.