New Monster Hunter World Update Fixes Matchmaking On Xbox One

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Players will now get points and complete bounties properly, and will also now be able to use the Hunting Horn without trouble.

Monster Hunter World continues to be a roaring success for Capcom, with it now having shipped over 5 million units worldwide.

A new Monster Hunter World update for the Xbox One version of the game has apparently brought a fix to the game's matchmaking, which has been dodgy on that platform since the game's release. 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.

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Here's to hoping that Xbox One players will no longer suffer matchmaking issues. 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.

Keep in mind that the customization for both are impressive in Monster Hunter World so make sure to design both your characters in a way you're happy with for the time being.

Following the release of update 1.03 earlier this week, Capcom has now launched a 930MB patch to fix a few issues.