Rare glitch stops some from playing Monster Hunter

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Rare glitch stops some from playing Monster Hunter

Monster Hunter World is now available worldwide on PS4 and Xbox One, and alongside it, Capcom has released an important day-one patch for the game.

Now, the important thing to remember that both Ryu and Sakura are armor sets that can't be mixed with other armor pieces. However, players awaiting the PC release will need to wait longer than those who plan to purchase the game on consoles.

The specific dates of the launch of the quests, however, remain unknown. "How do I get THOSE?!" you might also ask, while pointing at the Hadouken and Shoryuken on screen.

Monster Hunter World players on Xbox One have been suffering from various multiplayer issues as of this weekend.

That number includes digital downloads over the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live, though it's important to note that the Xbox One version wasn't released in Japan.

Complete the quest to earn your tickets reward item, then take it to the Smithy to get the Ryu armor set. That said, PS4 gamers have experienced their own fair share of problems since last week, so it's not quite exclusive to Xbox One players. Both male and female hunters can equip the Ryu and Sakura armor sets though, complete with a voice change to transform into the popular Street Fighter V characters. Following that, two more quests will be added that will allow all players to craft Ryu and Sakura sets. As for the hadouken and shoryuken, that's a bit of a disappointment. These will be in the form of gestures, and you'll be able to buy them for $4 each.

I hate to say this, but we're never going to see Monster Hunter World on Nintendo Switch.

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