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Capcom has released update 3.02 on PlayStation 4 and update 3.0.0.2 on Xbox One for Monster Hunter: World.

The update addresses a pretty annoying bug that would block progression in the Kulve Taroth Siege quest line under certain conditions. According to the developer, the bug occurs when players “speak to the Admiral out in the field when participating in another player’s instance of the “A Wound and a Thirst” or similar quests, after having collected Kulve Taroth traces but before having spoken to him separately in Astera.”

Following the update, players who have encountered this bug can return to Astera and speak with the Admiral, triggering the council scene, after which the Kulve Taroth Siege will become available.

As well as the progress bug fix, the update fixes a bug with the great sword Wyvern Ignition “Impact” that saw its fire elemental attack value unintentionally reduced from 510 to 240.

Finally, the update addresses some bugs in the data collection for the statistical summaries given to players by speaking to the First Wyverian. Read the full patch notes below:

Kulve Taroth Quest Line:

  • Fixed a bug where the Kulve Taroth Siege quest line would not progress correctly under certain conditions (specifically: if you speak to the Admiral out in the field when participating in another player’s instance of the “A Wound and a Thirst” or similar quests, after having collected Kulve Taroth traces but BEFORE having spoken to him separately in Astera). Players who have encountered this bug already can return to Astera and speak with the Admiral, triggering the council scene, after which the Kulve Taroth Siege will become available.

Great Sword Wyvern Ignition “Impact”:

  • Fixed a bug where the great sword Wyvern Ignition “Impact” saw its fire elemental attack value unintentionally reduced to 240. The value has been reset to 510. The armor skill “Free Element/Ammo Up” is still a requirement for unlocking the fire elemental attack of this weapon.

First Wyverian Statistics:

  • Fixed some bugs in the data collection for the statistical summaries given to you by speaking to the First Wyverian (weapon usage, number of monsters slain, etc.). Data will be progressively reset starting on April 26. For the duration, the First Wyverian will not give out any statistical information, but this should not affect gameplay in any other way. Please note that the statistical data may be low in accuracy for a short time after the process has finished.

Monster Hunter: World is available now on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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Monster Hunter: World update squashes bugs

A new update for Monster Hunter: World on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 addresses a number of issues.

By Matthew Bennett | 04/26/2018 06:26 AM PT

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Capcom has released update 3.02 on PlayStation 4 and update 3.0.0.2 on Xbox One for Monster Hunter: World.

The update addresses a pretty annoying bug that would block progression in the Kulve Taroth Siege quest line under certain conditions. According to the developer, the bug occurs when players “speak to the Admiral out in the field when participating in another player’s instance of the “A Wound and a Thirst” or similar quests, after having collected Kulve Taroth traces but before having spoken to him separately in Astera.”

Following the update, players who have encountered this bug can return to Astera and speak with the Admiral, triggering the council scene, after which the Kulve Taroth Siege will become available.

As well as the progress bug fix, the update fixes a bug with the great sword Wyvern Ignition “Impact” that saw its fire elemental attack value unintentionally reduced from 510 to 240.

Finally, the update addresses some bugs in the data collection for the statistical summaries given to players by speaking to the First Wyverian. Read the full patch notes below:

Kulve Taroth Quest Line:

  • Fixed a bug where the Kulve Taroth Siege quest line would not progress correctly under certain conditions (specifically: if you speak to the Admiral out in the field when participating in another player’s instance of the “A Wound and a Thirst” or similar quests, after having collected Kulve Taroth traces but BEFORE having spoken to him separately in Astera). Players who have encountered this bug already can return to Astera and speak with the Admiral, triggering the council scene, after which the Kulve Taroth Siege will become available.

Great Sword Wyvern Ignition “Impact”:

  • Fixed a bug where the great sword Wyvern Ignition “Impact” saw its fire elemental attack value unintentionally reduced to 240. The value has been reset to 510. The armor skill “Free Element/Ammo Up” is still a requirement for unlocking the fire elemental attack of this weapon.

First Wyverian Statistics:

  • Fixed some bugs in the data collection for the statistical summaries given to you by speaking to the First Wyverian (weapon usage, number of monsters slain, etc.). Data will be progressively reset starting on April 26. For the duration, the First Wyverian will not give out any statistical information, but this should not affect gameplay in any other way. Please note that the statistical data may be low in accuracy for a short time after the process has finished.

Monster Hunter: World is available now on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89