Monster Hunter World – New trailers showcase all of the game’s weapons

Capcom has released 14 trailers for Monster Hunter World , showcasing all the weapons that will be featured in it. 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.

Monster Hunter: World sees players take on the role of a hunter that completes various quests to hunt and slay monsters within a lively living and breathing eco-system full of predators and prey. Players are able to utilize survival tools to aid them in their hunt. By using these skills to their advantage hunters can lure monsters into traps and even pit them against each other in an epic fierce battle.

Monster Hunter World will be coming to the PC after its console release.

Enjoy!

Monster Hunter: World - Bow Overview

Monster Hunter: World - Charge Blade Overview

Monster Hunter: World - Dual Blades Overview

Monster Hunter: World - Great Sword Overview

Monster Hunter: World - Gunlance Overview

Monster Hunter: World - Hammer Overview

Monster Hunter: World - Heavy Bowgun Overview

Monster Hunter: World - Hunting Horn Overview

Monster Hunter: World - Insect Glaive Overview

Monster Hunter: World - Lance Overview

Monster Hunter: World - Light Bowgun Overview

Monster Hunter: World - Long Sword Overview

Monster Hunter: World - Switch Axe Overview

Monster Hunter: World - Sword & Shield Overview

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