"Capcom Co., Ltd. (Capcom) today announced that Monster Hunter: World for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and Xbox One has shipped 5 million units worldwide (including digital download sales)". They're one-piece armor sets and cannot be mixed with other sets, but you can wear them regardless of gender.
The quest, titled "Down the Dark, Muddy Path" has a reward called "SFV Tickets".
The bounty was put up by veteran games developer Capcom to celebrate the release of its latest title Monster Hunter: World.
In addition to the Ryu and Sakura armor sets, players will be able to pick up premium gestures featuring the classic Hadoken and Shoryuken special moves.
Don't like your character in Monster Hunter World? That said, PS4 gamers have experienced their own fair share of problems since last week, so it's not quite exclusive to Xbox One players. There's no exact launch date for the quest just yet.
Players were very excited that the beloved Monster Hunter franchise was getting cooperative play but these Xbox matchmaking issues and the recent PSN outage seem to be are no doubt frustrating, especially with Monster Hunter World coming out a mere two days ago. Completing this will unlock Street Fighter V Tickets, which can then be exchanged for a Ryu armour set from the Smithy. However, both full armor sets can be equipped by both male and female hunters, and even change their voices to match the Street Fighters'.
"Hunters on Xbox One, the "Matchmake", "Filter Search", "Squad Session Search" and "Response to SOS" functions are now unavailable; our dev team is now working on a solution and we'll provide an update as soon as it is available". As for the hadouken and shoryuken, that's a bit of a disappointment.