.hack//Collection Summer 2021 Items Feature Pirate Costumes

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.hack//Collection Summer 2021 Items Feature Pirate Costumes

CyberConnect2 released new ones .hack//Collection items for summer 2021. The new collection consists of acrylic stands and t-shirts with characters from the .hack franchise that carries new pirate-themed costumes.

The booths feature chibi illustrations of ten characters from the franchise: Tsukasa and Sora from .hack//SIGN, Kite and Mistral from the InfectionQuarantine tetralogy, Haseo, Kuhn and Pi van .hack//GU, and Tokio, Clarinette and Flügel from .hack//Link. People can get the stands by purchasing two separate sets — each priced at 3,850 yen (~$35) — or by purchasing any item for 770 yen (~$7).

Meanwhile, the t-shirts feature non-chibi monochrome illustrations of the series’ protagonists Tsukasa, Kite, Haseo and Tokyo in their new pirate costumes. The shirts are available for 4,400 yen (~$40) in sizes L and M.

The items are directly for sale at CC2 Store International. Early in-store purchases come with exclusive bonus cards. The Japanese online store also accepts orders outside of Japan with the WorldShopping service. CyberConnect2 will also sell the items on Amazon Japan from August 26, 2021.

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CyberConnect2 has previously released items with .hack characters wearing Easter-themed costumes in the spring of 2021. The company described that the .hack//Collection series would feature themes from all four seasons. It plans to release fall and winter related items in the near future as well.

The latest game release in the franchise is .hack//GU Recode Latest, a compilation of the .hack//GU series available immediately on PlayStation 4 and PC. An ESRB review indicated that the title may also be coming to Nintendo Switch.

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