New Monster Hunter World patch fixes update 2.0

The latest revision offers some changes to the Dragon Piercer's bow attack, among other things.

Capcom is smoothing out some edges produced by the large update 2.0 of the spectacular Monster Hunter: World and, for this, it has recently launched a new revision of the video game.

This is rather smaller in scope, and focuses on correcting a problem with the arc of the attack Dragon piercer which, apparently, was generated with the last patch that was implemented in the title. In fact, that one was launched to correct a bug that allowed fans to shoot the bow at angles much greater than its limits.

There are also some minor changes to the inventory window, in a decision that Capcom explains on the Capcom-Unity blog in the entry for PS4 update 2.01 and from Xbox One as "reuse as part of game design."

The title continues to enjoy an excellent commercial life and, recently, we informed you that Monster Hunter World has repeated as the best-seller in February in the United States.