Need some guidance when it comes to HoloCure weapons? There are currently ten different combat items available in this Vtuber-inspired roguelite, and you'll want to have a pretty good grasp on them all before you head into battle.
In this HoloCure guide, we'll break down and explain each of the ten HoloCure weapons currently available. We'll also pick a few choices of which are best, while also exploring how to upgrade weapons in-game to make them even better.
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All HoloCure Weapons
|Weapon Name||How to Unlock||Effect|
|Spider Cooking||Spawns at the start of a round||Creates a small circle of poison that damages opponents in the radius|
|Elite Lava Bucket||Spawns at the start of a round||Shoots pools of lava at enemies|
|Holo Bomb||Spawns at the start of a round||Throws time-delayed bombs across the battlefield|
|Psycho Axe||Spawns at the start of a round||Swinging axes in the radius of the player|
|Cutting Board||Play more than ten minutes as Ina in a round||Sends three chopping boards at right-angles towards enemies|
|Plug Type Asacoco||Spawns at the start of a round||Sends small worms shooting in diagonal trajectories|
|Glowstick||Spawns at the start of a round||Fires light sticks that spin around to attack enemies|
|Idol Song||Play more than ten minutes as IRyS in a round||Blasts musical notes that can damage nearby enemies|
|BL Book||Spawns at the start of a round||Creates a forcefield of spinning books|
|Fan Beam||Defeat Fubzilla||Shoots horizontal beams within the centre of the screen|
|Pistol Shot||Play as Amelia||Shoots three bullets ahead of you|
|Trident Thrust||Play as Gawr Gura||Sends a stabbing motion forwards|
|Summon Tentacle||Play as Ninomae Ina'nis||Shoots a tentacle ahead of you|
|Phoenix Sword||Play as Takanashi Kiara||Sends a sword to the short range ahead of you|
|Scythe Swing||Play as Calliope Mori||Performs a 180-degree slashing motion|
|Play Dice||Play as Hakos Baelz||Rolls a die, with damage corresponding to the number it lands on|
|Clock Hands||Play as Ouro Kronil||Attacks forward with the long hand, and in a random direction with the short hand|
|Nature Shield||Play as Ceres Fauna||Shoots three leaves that fire as projectiles|
|Bird Feather||Play as Nanashi Mumei||Shoots feathers in a spiral around the player|
|ORbit||Play as Tsukumo Sana||Conjures a planet that damages enemies in its orbit|
|Nephilim Blast||Play as IRyS.||Shoots light and dark projectiles|
See the table above for our breakdown of all the weapons available in HoloCure. As you'll be able to see, not all of them are immediately accessible right off the bat. While most roguelites will let you scour the open map for weapons as soon as you start, a few of the best HoloCure weapons require you to either beat bosses or level up your character.
Equally, there are a few extra weapons only accessible through collabs, where you use high-level crafting mechanics to create an even more powerful weapon. To learn about all the HoloCure collabs and how they work, check out our dedicated guide.
What Are The Best HoloCure Weapons?
A lot of it depends on how you play HoloCure, but there are a few weapons that stand above the rest. Chief of all is Elite Lava Bucket, which shoots our spurts of lava to do melee damage and environmental damage to enemies. Alongside other useful moves like Psycho Axe and Lightstick, which do strong radius damage, you'll easily build up an affinity for these strong HoloCure weapons.
How Do I Upgrade HoloCure Weapons?
The only issue you may have with upgrading HoloCure weapons is just hard it is to upgrade them. Unlike most combat-heavy games, there aren't ways to spend credits on upgrades between rounds. Instead, weapons upgrade automatically as you use them in-game.
Therefore, if you find the Psycho Axe early on, for example, it'll level up nicely as you use it against enemies. Each weapon has seven levels, each granting its own boost. Those range from general damage buffs to more projectiles fired per turn.
As such, the more you use a weapon in-game, the faster you can level it up to make it even more effective against mobs. In that sense, the game rewards you for choosing a weapon at the start of a match and sticking with it throughout.