Monster Hunter World Is Already a Great Hit

Monster Hunter World Patch 1.05 Changelog

Monster Hunter World Patch 1.05 Changelog

Not only could users duplicate their best decorations, giving their builds significantly more power in mere minutes, it also allowed them to stockpile a reserve to use with the first wyverian ritual to potentially gain other helpful decorations.

Monster Hunter World is an action-RPG in which players assume the role of a hunter who slays monsters of all shapes and sizes in a high fantasy setting.

While Monster Hunter World fans on Xbox One might feel left out of the fun when it comes to such unique content, Capcom has at least assured that all console players will get the chance at crossover garb, as the game is set to include some Street Fighter-styled content soon. In a further nerf to Slicing ammo, players can now carry a maximum of 30 Slashberries on them at a time.

As for the Squad problems on PS4, Capcom says it's addressed the issue where Squad features would be rendered inaccessible and players would be told, "Failed to retrieve squad information".


Although there are some drawbacks to this fix, players experiencing this issue will have their squad data reset, so that's irritating. There's also fixes for decorations that would go missing from weapons, an issue with selecting items via the Sell Items tab inside base camp tents, as well as changes to the Light Bowgun and Heavy Bowgun's ammo.

Elderseal calculation for dragon pods has also been readjusted, Endemic Life will no longer disappear from the Wildlife Map when moving around, and bugs with the Flying Sparks: Tobi-Kadachi mission and other minor or rare bugs have been fixed. We apologize for the delay and appreciate your continued patience and support as we track down and solve these issues.

Monster Hunter World is available now for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and will launch in autumn 2018 for PC. Unfortunately, however, the publisher is still struggling to resolve the matchmaking issues that Xbox One players have experienced since launch.

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