(Japan) Devil May Cry Characters Coming to Monster Hunter Frontier G

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Dante and Lady from Devil May Cry - Monster Hunter Frontier G | oprainfall

First Fire Emblem: Awakening skins, now this! Capcom has announced that Monster Hunter Frontier G will now include characters skins and weapons of Dante and Lady from Devil May Cry. Just to be clear, this is from the old-school Devil May Cry, not from DmC. You can now relax in the knowledge that this one will have white hair. According to Siliconera, the Dante skin will be available to sword users at level 7 or higher. He comes with the blades Rebellion I and Rebellion Kai I. Lady, on the other hand, will be available for gunners. Like Dante, she’ll come with two of her signature weapons; Jealousy I and Epidemic I.

The skin and weapons for Dante will be available in Monster Hunter Frontier G for free for players to try out from now until Christmas. The character IDs for Dante are E3E9E7 for the PC, BTQCTL for the Xbox 360, RK7FLC for the PS3 and Z2Z3JG on the Wii U. You can check out a video of these two characters in action in the trailer below. Unfortunately, there’s no sound in the trailer at this time, so just pretend that Dante is swaggering about as usual.


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