In Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, Capcom has officially added Clutch Claw as a new survival tool. Clutch Claw can be equipped by a hunter and use it to shoot and grapple onto the body part of a large monster.
How To Use The Clutch Claw
Similar to the grappling hook in Monster Hunter: World, players need to aim it to a unit. To successfully grapple onto monsters, you need to keep attacking the monster and once it staggers and stopped moving, you can now aim the clutch claw and jump into the air for a grapple. While you’re clinging onto the monster, your stamina will be consumed depending on the monster’s movements.
Clutch Claw Controls
- Hold L2 + Circle – Aim and fire clutch claw to grapple
- R2 (Flinch Shot) – Use a Flinch Shot on a monster’s head to push it in the direction it’s facing. This allows you to slam monsters into walls or push them off ledges to topple them.
- Triangle (Weapon Attack) – Weapon attacks allow you to wound a monster to soften its hide temporarily. Depending on the weapon, some weapon attacks will make monsters drop slinger ammo, or wound them more easily.
- Circle (Claw Attack) – Use a claw attack while clinging onto a monster’s head to change its direction.
- X – Dropdown
- L – Change position
Want more Monster Hunter World: Iceborne weapon tutorials? Check our exclusive Iceborne advance weapon guide here.