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Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak

New Dual Blades Silkbind Attacks and Switch Skills

Matt Chard

The Dual Blades is one of 14 weapon types in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. The Dual Blades are by far the fastest weapons in the game. This makes them perfect to hit elemental weaknesses of any monster as well as apply status effects to them. You can then activate Demon Mode which’ll increase your attack speed, movement speed, and give you new attacks. All of this comes at the cost of an ever draining stamina gauge. With Sunbreak, the Dual Blades will obtain new Silkbind Attacks as well as new Switch Skills which will add even more depth to its already powerful arsenal.

The Dual Blades are the quickest weapon in the game. Their fast attacks are ideal for status, and elemental effects.

New Silkbind Attack: Spiral Slash

This new technique gives the Dual Blades another damage skill to work with. Spiral Slash will attach ironsilk to the monster before you launch towards it producing a drill-like attack hitting multiple times. Due to the multiple attacks in quick succession that this produces, applying status effects should happen more often. In theory, hitting the monster’s elemental weakness with this attack should deal a lot of damage. Another thing worth noting is that this attack can be used midair as well.

New Switch Skill: Slide Slash Combo

The Slide Slash Combo is a new technique that allows you to move, and attack while you avoid the monster’s attack. This is more of an evasive move that can counter with a flurry of blades if it connects the monster when it performs an attack.

Switch Skill Swap

This isn’t a new skill, but it is a new way to use them! The Switch Skill Swap will allow you to change your equipped skills whilst in battle. There will be two scrolls, one red, and one blue. By visiting an Item box either at the hub or in the tent during a quest, you can customize your favorite skills to each scroll.

The Switch Skill Swap system looks to reinvent the way Monster Hunter Rise is played.

When you’re in battle, you can swap between each set to give you access to your other skills. Another great addition to this system was the Swap Evade. This allows you to evade in any direction by pressing the roll button after you have swapped sets.


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    PC, Switch
  • Genre
    Action RPG
  • Guide Release
    20 June 2022
  • Last Updated
    6 July 2022
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