There are fourteen weapon types in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, each with different playstyles, build strategies, and optimal switch skill setups. Switching from the Switch Axe to the Greatsword, for example, can take a massive toll on your muscle memory. A keystroke on one might be the best damage combo in your arsenal, but on the other you stand in place and do nothing.
This guide provides tips on switching between weapons if you want some variety in monster hunting.
Learning a new weapon in the training area
The first and most important part of learning a new weapon is getting it into the training area in Kamura. Jumping straight into the hunt with no preparation time is a recipe for frustration. Take about fifteen minutes to get a baseline on which buttons do what, how the weapon handles differently than you’re used to, and work on some basic combo and switch skill activations.
Learning a new weapon in low and high rank
Once you’ve done a bit of groundwork, you’ll embark on a low-rank or high-rank quest, depending on where you are in the game. Your first few hunts need to be in a comfortable, low-risk environment where mistakes can only be easily punished and where those mistakes can be safely used as lessons. Choose your favorite monster on one of the easier difficulty levels and try out your new weapon’s moves.
Simple hunts are an environment for experimentation and risk-taking. Don’t be afraid to be chic either. If you’ve seen someone else do something cool online or in a multiplayer hunt with the weapon you’re trying to learn, try to imitate it. The worst that can happen is that you take a little chip damage before getting back into combat.
Learn a new weapon at Master rank
You will never advance the Sunbreak campaign or post-game in low or high rank, so once you’re happy with your knowledge of the new weapon, go into a one or two star master rank quest or Your favorite quest with three or four stars with other players.
Start with the easy moves and as you land some of them, add the more advanced maneuvers. You’ll be punished much more for your mistakes, but you’ll have the satisfaction of using something slightly unknown against some of the tougher challenges Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak can throw at you.
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