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Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate’s New Charge Blade, Dual Blades, And Heavy Bowgun Features

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    Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate brings new and familiar monsters to the table, giving Hunters more of a challenge than before. To help in the hunt, new features are being added to the Charge Blade, Dual Blades, and the Heavy Bowgun in the game, and Famitsu have provided a rundown of these.

     

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    The Charge Blade, which made its debut in Monster Hunter 4, is a weapon that can switch between sword and axe forms, that lets you charge up energy to unleash powerful attacks.

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    In Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, the weapon gets a new feature with a shield thrust attack while in Sword mode, and a powerful spin-attack in its Axe form.

     

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    The Dual Blades also have a new feature in the Archdemon mode (the one that activates after Demon mode with a full gauge) that allows you to use your finishing move, but instead of experiencing the normal delay, you’ll be able to keep on attacking with continuous combos.

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    Finally, the Heavy Bowgun also gets an additional bump in Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate; however, this only applies to weapons of six-star rarity and higher.

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    The new Heavy Bowgun feature lets you unlock the weapon’s limits that allows you to use a FireWyvern shot, and then attack with other shots while reloading the FireWyvern ammo. This also decreases the weapon’s downtime while waiting for the reload.

     

    Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will be released in the West in early 2015 for Nintendo 3DS.

    Sato
    Editor-in-Chief at Siliconera. Gamer, avid hockey fan, and firm believer in the heart of the cards.




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