Monster Hunter World Patch Fixes Squad Issues and Matchmaking

Monster Hunter World

Monster Hunter World

Capcom has sent out its first wave of updates for smash-hit adventure title Monster Hunter: World.

Lastly, you can check out its performance test at around the 13:07 mark of the video, where we get to check out the frame-rates of Monster Hunter: World running on the PS4 and Xbox One consoles.

Although there are some drawbacks to this fix, players experiencing this issue will have their squad data reset, so that's irritating. Some minor tweakings with the light bowgun, heavy bowgun, and ammo changes. We apologize sincerely for the inconvenience, and ask that you reform squads or reinvite players whose data are lost. It says, "You may still be able to create online lobbies, join others" lobbies via "Filter Search, ' "Invite a Friend, ' connect via Xbox One LFG, or join hunts by using the 'Respond to SOS" feature".

This not only made the game the best-selling top paid game on Xbox One but, also made the game the fastest selling game in Capcom's publishing history. Players who were unable to claim the time-limited "5 Million Celebration Item Pack" should now be able to do so, and the pack will remain available until February 22. With more and more being revealed about the upcoming fighter pack, now is the flawless time to tackle a few of the issues players are reporting in-game with their favourite fighters. In a further nerf to Slicing ammo, players can now carry a maximum of 30 Slashberries on them at a time.

Readjusted the Elderseal calculation for dragon pods.

The Endemic Life problem regarding the disappearance of information has also been taken care off.

Fixed an issue where the assignment "Flying Sparks: Tobi-Kadachi" would not appear on the quest board after departing on a different quest in the middle of speaking with the Chief Botanist just before the quest is first assigned. Sales figures for MHW will doubtless rise greatly once the PC version is launched in Fall 2018.

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