Monster Hunter World Patch 1.03 (PS4) / 126.96.36.199 (Xbox One) Download Available Now, Fixes Matchmaking Issues
Capcom released a new Monster Hunter World patch for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This update improves different sections depending on the console. Undoubtedly, optimizations are more important for Xbox One users, as they are related to the matchmaking system.
As you will remember, the Microsoft console players had some problems with this section of the game. So Capcom promised to fix them with the next update. Thus, the Monster Hunter World patch 188.8.131.52 promises to improve the matchmaking system, the filters, the Squad Session and the help calls (SOS).
For its part, PlayStation 4 users can download the Monster Hunter World patch 1.03. Thanks to this they will no longer have problems with Hunting Horn, as controls errors or when activating some melody. Also, a problem was corrected with the meeting points, which were not updated correctly.
It is important to mention that the changes of PlayStation 4 will also be applied in Xbox One. On the other hand, Capcom shared a tutorial so you can play online games without any problem, you can check that at the bottom of this news.
Monster Hunter World has been a worldwide success. In the United Kingdom, it was crowned as the best-selling title. On the other hand, in Japan, it sold close to 2 million copies in just 3 days. Capcom assured that this title already distributed 5 million units.
For this reason, the company wants to celebrate with the entire hunter community. For this reason, it will present the Celebration Pack, which will include various useful items for its adventure. If you need help in the game, remember that we have prepared a guide for the beginners.
Monster Hunter World is now available on the aforementioned consoles and in the fall it will be coming to PC. Capcom recently reiterated that the title will not release on Nintendo Switch.
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