Devil May Cry's Dante Will Join Monster Hunter

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Devil May Cry's Dante Will Join Monster Hunter

The crossover also includes a new Charge Blade variant, described as a "devious combination of the Force Edge and Alastor" swords from the original Devil May Cry. Aside from that, Capcom has stated that players will be able to fight "hellish" monsters and unlock a weapon in Monster Hunter: World that's a combination of the Force Edge and Alastor in the Devil May Cry world. Typically these come with hefty shields, which can be combined with their matching swords to create a massive axe to wield.

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Capcom announced another collaboration between its popular Monster Hunter World and one of its properties. But we also get to see our boy Dante run away with some monster meat in tow, because vigilantes have to stop for lunch every once in a while. The collaboration celebrates the release of the Devil May Cry HD Collection. They have suggested it will be free for all players though. This time, Dante from the Devil May Cry series will make his way to Monster Hunter World through a future event quest. The Collection consists of Devil May Cry, Devil May Cry 2 and Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition.

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When the Devil May Cry content comes to Monster Hunter: World, players can access the new missions by visiting a quest counter. Players can check out the current event quest schedule on the official Monster Hunter: World website.

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