Monster Hunter World Update Fixes Matchmaking on Xbox One

Kelley Robertson
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.

Boulder bone, much like warped bone, is used to craft armor in Monster Hunter World among other things. A new patch to the game should address one the biggest issues users have experienced, which is Xbox matchmaking failures.

We were surprised to learn there aren't many gameplay changes in this week's MHW update, considering how commonly multiplayer games receive balance adjustments in 2018. Capcom's first full-fledged Monster Hunter on the latest generation of consoles (with PC to follow later this year) is among one of the strongest sequels to any RPG I've ever played.

What changes should Capcom fix or tweak in Monster Hunter World ASAP?

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.

The Xbox One version, like PS4, also received a few changes that corrected problems with gathering points and bounties as well as fixed issues with the Hunting Horn.

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