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Monster Hunter World Gets More Trailers Showing Light, Heavy and Technical Weapons

27 July 2017

Capcom has released three new trailers for Monster Hunter World that show off the game's various weapons and combat techniques. In Monster Hunter World, players will be able to use a Bow, Charge Blade, Dual Blades, Great Sword, Gunlance, Hammer, Heavy Bowgun, Hunting Horn, Insect Glaive, Lance, Light Bowgun, Long Sword, Switch Axe, and Sword and Shield.

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In any case, we're excited by the idea of a fully-fledged next-gen Monster Hunter game on this scale and will bring you more about the game as information becomes available.

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Capcom has released a series of videos providing a rundown on each of the game's 14 weapon types. Swords and blades mean fast-paced cutting damage, while impact weapons like hammers deal high damage and stun monsters.

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Depending on the type of foe and quest goals, it may prove useful to change gear mid-quest back at base camp. For those who don't know what that entails, the Monster Hunter franchise is famous for allowing players to carefully stalk and hunt very big monsters with the help of weapons straight out of your favorite anime. You basically need to create one original design of a weapon of your choice (within the fourteen weapon types already in the game) and send it alongside a short description to the email included here if you're in the Americas (North America, Central America, and South America) and this one if you're in EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa and Oceania).

Monster Hunter World Gets More Trailers Showing Light, Heavy and Technical Weapons