Devil May Cry's Dante Will Join Monster Hunter

Devil May Cry 2

Devil May Cry 2

Capcom has revealed a collaboration with Capcom's well-acclaimed action game franchise Devil May Cry via its official social media page. This unique event weapon resembles Dante's classic Force Edge sword in its normal state but can transform into the massive Alastor. Games like Monster Hunter Tri, Monster Hunter 4, and even Monster Hunter Generations were only available on systems like the Nintendo Wii or Nintendo 3DS.

While details are scarce at present, Capcom did say players will be able to use Dante's weapons Force Edge. a.k.a.

Are the Horizon Zero Dawn and Street Fighter collaborations for Monster Hunter World not enough? Like previous collaboration events, the event quests will only be available for a limited time, but they may return in the future.

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No word on when the collaboration set will be released (and we are still waiting on Sakura) but the method to obtain the Dante set should be similar to the others and will be available to all Monster Hunter: World players when it's out. Her bow is also forged at the smithy. This goal of this crossover is to celebrate the release of Devil May Cry HD Collection, which is now available for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Dante, the protagonist of the Devil May Cry series, will be coming to MHW. The inclusion of the character is to celebrate the release of the Devil May Cry HD Collection, which is out today.

When the Devil May Cry content comes to Monster Hunter: World, players can access the new missions by visiting a quest counter.

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