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Monster Hunter World Patch Fixes Squad Issues and Matchmaking

Monster Hunter World Patch Fixes Squad Issues and Matchmaking

For those unaware, Capcom already added some PS4 exclusive content related to Horizon: Zero Dawn shortly after Monster Hunter World's launch last month. As a result, after garnering critical acclaim from the worldwide press and delighting players the world over, Monster Hunter: World has shipped 6 million units, becoming the fastest Capcom title to reach this milestone in company history.

Meanwhile, on PS4 the squad issue has been fixed, but as a result players who experienced the bug will have their data reset, and any players whose squad leaders have had their data reset will also have "any affiliated data disappear the next time they log in".

Although there are some drawbacks to this fix, players experiencing this issue will have their squad data reset, so that's irritating.

Those interested in exploiting the glitch will be able to if they don't update the game, something that you can opt out of, play offline until you get your fill or until you want to play with others. 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.

Some other changes include reducing slashberry count from 60 to 30, decreasing slice damage -reports indicate about 10 percent reduction-, other ammos, besides dragon, were buffed and more.

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Players can still use any remaining extra Slashberries if they now have more than 30 in their item pouch. It also fixes a problem that made it so the 5 Million Celebration Item Pack was not claimable.

Readjusted the Elderseal calculation for dragon pods.

Capcom has reiterated that it's still looking into the persisting matchmaking issues in Monster Hunter: World for Xbox One, although the latest patch does nothing to alleviate the ongoing problems.

Fixed a rare bug that would cause players to lose control of their characters when completing a quest with certain start menu sub-menus open. Its PC version releases in Fall 2018.


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