As with any monster-hunting adventure, you will need a set of weapons to carve up your foes and bring back materials. The list of Wild Hearts weapons will do that job and much more as it is a varied group of tools that all have unique playstyles to fit how you enjoy playing your third-person action games.
With each of these weapons, you will be slaying the Wild Hearts Kemono and monsters through the maps and locations in the world. This can of course be done alone or online with a friend thanks to Wild Hearts multiplayer co-op play being fully available across consoles and PC.
Wild Hearts weapons
Wild Hearts has eight different weapons to choose from, each with their own unique playstyle suited for any Kemono. Here they are below:
- Claw Blade
- Karakuri Katana
- Bladed Wagasa
- Karakuri Staff
The Nodachi is your traditional Great Sword, landing slow and heavy attacks, while the Claw Blade is much faster. The Bladed Wagasa is arguably the most unique weapon as it is a parasol that can carve through foes. But, if you fancy a ranged option, the all-around bow should do the trick or the heavy-hitting Cannon which is slow but incredibly powerful.
The Karakuri Staff seems like an interesting and unique weapon to the monster hunting genre though. It is capable of converting into different weapons on the fly, allowing you to adjust your playstyle for whatever hunt you’re on.
You can experience all of these weapons during the full game, or the Wild Hearts demo, which gives you ten hours of the game to play through.
That’s all of the Wild Hearts weapons for any budding hunters, most of which will carry you through the Wild Heart length. If you want to know more about the game, check out details on Wild Hearts crossplay that will allow you to play with your friends.