Monster Hunter World Day One Patch Details; Almost 1GB in Size
Capcom has shed light on the Day One patch for their upcoming blockbuster game, Monster Hunter World. Keep in mind, you need this update in order to get all the DLCs as well as online functionalities to work.
Monster Hunter World Day One Patch Details
The folks over at Capcom has released details on the Day One patch that will be released for Monster Hunter World. The patch is numbered 1.01 and will take approximately 815MB of your bandwidth for all regions. As an important note, online gameplay and the use of any DLC will be unavailable until this patch is applied.
First of all, we get the implementation of some features, including the aforementioned multiplayer, event quests, and all online systems including chat. Additional content will be added to the player house’s room service. A gallery feature will allow players to watch unlocked event scenes every time they want. Depending on the save data used, the appearance of the player character in the cutscenes will change.
The mascot Poogie will be added. You can find him in the survey base by progressing in the story. You can deepen your friendship with him by petting him, and bringing him to various places there will be “nice results.”
Several languages will be added on top of Japanese, English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish that are included in all versions. The Asian release will get Traditional Chinese and Korean, the North American version will have Brazilian Portuguese added, and the European version will get Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Polish, and Arabic. And of course, there is the usual “various fixes” included.
The press release also confirms that Capcom plans to add several new elements in the future with free updates. After release, they will periodically deliver downloadable content to allow players to enjoy the game for a long time. The first will be the already announced addition of Deviljho, and more information will come in the future.
Furthermore, those able to connect online will be able to enjoy various event quests planned by Capcom, and special collaborations that will provide even more fun beyond release. Additional free DLC also includes additional gestures. Keep in mind that for PlayStation 4, you will need PS Plus in order to have online play.
Paid DLC will also come in the form of more gestures, cosmetic items unrelated to gameplay, face paints, and special stamps that can be used in chat.
In case you missed it, there is a special PlayStation 4 console dedicated to Monster Hunter World. It’s the Rathalos edition and if you wanna check it out, click here to see it in its full glory.
Monster Hunter World will release for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 26th. The PC version will be coming sometime in Fall 2018.
Pokdepinion: Like plenty of games, Monster Hunter World also has a Day One patch. I mean, it does serve as a good anti-piracy measure on top of further development work to ensure the game is as problem-free as possible. Can’t wait to get my hands on the game.