Hunters that embark on the relevant limited-time Event Quests once the collaboration begins will be able to give themselves a Dante makeover, and can acquire a special Devil May Cry-inspired Charge Blade. With Dante's weapons, however, the shield is no longer present, but players will still be able to guard. This is a collaboration event between Monster Hunter and Devil May Cry that will go live sometime later this year.
While details are scarce at present, Capcom did say players will be able to use Dante's weapons Force Edge. a.k.a. In the previous collaboration events, the Gestures Shoryuken and Hadoken could be purchased in game. With the right materials, players can create a full set of armor that makes them look like Aloy from Horizon Zero Dawn.
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The collaboration is in celebration of the release of the Devil May Cry HD Collection on March 13th. You can pick up the Devil May Cry HD Collection for $29.99 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One starting today. Players can check out the current event quest schedule on the official Monster Hunter: World website.