(Xbox One) - Matchmaking and ... - Yuri Araujo

Leigh Mccormick
February 5, 2018

Currently, there's no stopping sales of Monster Hunter World which is fast becoming the best-selling game in the series with over five million units shipped worldwide.

Capcom has patched the Xbox One edition of Monster Hunter: World, squashing the pesky matchmaking issues that have been marring the experience for players since launch.

Boulder bone, much like warped bone, is used to craft armor in Monster Hunter World among other things. Though these issues have ironed themselves out somewhat with time, Capcom has deployed an official patch to fix matchmaking on Xbox One.

If the fixes work as intended, the patch should be good news for players wanting to group up with their friends while on the hunt.

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The patch was rolled out today following yesterday's 1.03 update, with it making a few more changes to the game on both consoles.

Fixed an issue where, in rare cases, the assignment "The Encroaching Anjanath" would not appear on the quest board during online play.

Microsoft has said that the new update, update, will be rectifying all of the issues on the platform that have been afflicting Matchmake, Filter Search, Squad Sessions Session, and Respond to SOS functions.

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