Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak - Light Bowgun

Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak Weapon Videos Are Now Complete

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The Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak weapon video lineup is now complete. Capcom has published the last two videos featuring the Dual Blades and Light Bowgun. These videos show a sneak peek at the new moves and Silkbind Attacks that each weapon will receive in the expansion.

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The Dual Blades will have Spiral Slash as a new Silkbind Attack. The Attack on Titan-style move will have the Hunter use Wirebugs to propel themselves towards the target. The weapon will also newly have Slide Slash Combo as an alternative to Spirit Roundslash Combo.

The Light Bowgun will have Wyvern Counter, where the user fires the weapon while retreating far behind. This move will share the same input with Fanning Maneuver, which had the Hunter move sideways. The Switch Skill Swap segment also revealed Critical Firepower as a new alternative to Marksman. It will make the shots deal more damage, but it also shortens the optimum range.

Capcom began publishing Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak weapon videos on May 16, 2022. The company gradually added more weapons to the playlist, which include Hammer, Charge Blade, Lance, and Long Sword. With the Dual Blades and Light Bowgun videos uploaded, all fourteen weapon types in the game are now accounted for.

Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak will release worldwide for Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam on June 30, 2022.

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