Monster Hunter World Celebrate 5 Million Sales with Free Gifts!

Allan Goodman
February 5, 2018

A new Monster Hunter: World patch is now available on PS4 and Xbox One, featuring a number of network-focused improvements for the fastest-selling game in franchise history.

Fixed two issues concerning hunting horn actions. It's already sold well over five million copies on release and continues to be the talk of most console gamers these days. But many Xbox One players have struggled to participate in multiplayer hunts, one of the game's most enjoyable activities, since MHW debuted last week. Though these issues have ironed themselves out somewhat with time, Capcom has deployed an official patch to fix matchmaking on Xbox One.

Capcom has rolled out another new patch for Monster Hunter: World in a continuing effort to resolve the matchmaking issues that have been plaguing the game since launch on Xbox One.

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Here's a novice player's ultimate guide to make the most out of first creating your character, gathering intel on monsters, how to group up with your friends and, of course, hunt your very first large monster.

Playstation 4 players have also received a fix to the game in their own update, which fixed a glitch where a bounty wouldn't work properly.

If you have yet to give Monster Hunter: World a look, be sure to check out our full review.

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