New Monster Hunter World Patch Live Bringing Fixes To Inventory And Party System
A new Monster Hunter World patch has been released, working to fix some issue that players have been experiencing so far. Players may have been too busy playing the Horizon Zero Dawn or newly live Street Fighter crossover events to even notice the bugs. Capcom hasn’t loss sight though, testing out all of the feedback they have been given on issues players are facing. In this update, the team is working fixing some inventory issues and some major issues regarding getting the squad together.
Check out the details on the latest Monster Hunter World patch via Capcom:
- Release Date
- PlayStation4: February 16, 2018 (UTC)
- Xbox One: February 16, 2018 (UTC)
- Required Space
- PlayStation4: Approximately 82 MB
- Xbox One: See system for details.
- Downloading this update will also apply all previous updates for players who are updating the game for the first time. (PS4: About 930 MB of space required; Xbox One: See system for details.)
- Major Changes
- PlayStation4 and Xbox One
- Fixed an issue that occurred when players had 31 or more Slashberries in their item pouch at the time of the last update (PS4: Update 1.05 / Xbox One: Update 184.108.40.206) where the maximum number of Slashberries a player can hold in their item pouch was reduced from 60 to 30. This update will move any Slashberries exceeding 30 in your item pouch to your item box.
- Made additional fixes to an issue fixed in the last update (PS4: Update 1.05 / Xbox One: Update 220.127.116.11) where, rarely, uninvited non-squad members could join a Squad Online Session, or Squad members could not join one of their own.
- Xbox One
- Readjusted the search algorithm when searching for another player’s session to join.
- PlayStation4 and Xbox One
If you aren’t already enjoying everything Monster Hunter World has to offer, below is the official game description:
“Battle gigantic monsters in epic locales.
As a hunter, you’ll take on quests to hunt monsters in a variety of habitats.
Take down these monsters and receive materials that you can use to create stronger weapons and armor in order to hunt even more dangerous monsters.
In Monster Hunter: World, the latest installment in the series, you can enjoy the ultimate hunting experience, using everything at your disposal to hunt monsters in a new world teeming with surprises and excitement.”
What do you think of all the changes coming in the latest Monster Hunter World patch? What do think the team still needs to fix in the game? Sound off with your thoughts in the comment section below, and don’t forget to check out DFTG on Twitter for gaming and entertainment news live 24/7!
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