Coming to a (Japanese) 3DS near you very soon.
The Monster Hunter Stories Zelda collaboration content is set to hit 7-Elevens across Japan starting October 14. The first batch of content that gamers can get are the Hero/Master Sword and shield, a Link outfit for either male or female characters, and a Zelda themed rider card that can be used in the game. Fans will have until November 13 to download the items. The second batch of content is scheduled from December 16 to January 15 and include a playable Epona Otomon/Monstie, a Skullkid Mask for Nabiru as well as special themed stamps.
To download the special content, 3DS owners will have to take their system along with their copies of Monster Hunter Stories and an installed SD card to a 7-Eleven and access a “Seven Spot." From the main menu of the game, go to “Content.” From there, tap the “Download” button to select the content that you want to download. Currently, there are numerous free bits of content including sub-quests and items.
Monster Hunter Stories released in Japan on the 3DS on October 8. There is currently no word if or when the game will see a release in English. In the meantime, be sure to check out our coverage of the game in written form and on the latest episode of The Famicast.