Monster Hunter World launches for PS4 and Xbox One on the finish of this week, and like many different titles these days, it’s going to require an replace on launch day. Capcom just lately shared particulars concerning the sport’s day-one patch, which provides a few options and might be required to play the sport on-line.
In accordance with the official Monster Hunter World website, the model 1.01 replace will weigh in at roughly 815 MB, although the precise file measurement will doubtless fluctuate relying on which console you are taking part in the sport on. Most significantly, the replace provides on-line multiplayer, occasion quests, chat, and different on-line options, which means you will not have the ability to play Monster Hunter World on-line with different gamers or obtain any further content material till you’ve got put in the patch.
Along with the net options, the 1.01 replace makes some unspecified bug fixes and provides a Gallery mode to Monster Hunter World’s predominant menu, which lets you re-watch any cutscenes you’ve got witnessed within the sport. Final, however actually not least, the patch introduces Poogies, the lovable pet piglets which have appeared all through the collection. As soon as gamers have reached a sure level within the story, a Poogie will seem in Astera’s tradeyard. You’ll be able to pet the Poogie and type a bond with it, and as soon as it warms as much as you, you possibly can carry it in your arms round Astera that can assist you find hidden treasure.
You’ll be able to learn extra about Monster Hunter World’s day-one replace on the sport’s website. Capcom plans to add free monsters and weapons regularly to the game following its launch. Monster Hunter World’s first big update will arrive someday this spring and provides the fearsome Deviljho. Capcom has additionally introduced a retro Mega Man armor set for gamers’ Palico companions, in addition to a PS4-exclusive set of Horizon: Zero Dawn gear.
Monster Hunter World releases on PS4 and Xbox One on January 26. The sport can be in growth for PC, although that model isn’t slated to arrive until sometime this fall. Capcom says the rationale it’s arriving a lot later than the console launch is to “get the PC version as good as possible.”