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Early review builds of Monster Hunter: World had a rather nasty crashing bug, but it has been fixed ahead of the official release.

The bug in question caused the game to lock up and crash every hour or so, making it incredibly hard to complete the longer missions in the game. Luckily, Capcom has now pushed a fix live for the PC version that should ensure that this doesn’t happen when the game officially launches next week.

Nvidia has also released its latest set of Game Ready Drivers today that include optimization improvements for Monster Hunter: World.

Monster Hunter: World is available now on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and is coming to PC on August 9th.

Via: IGN

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Monster Hunter: World’s crashing issue fixed ahead of PC launch

Capcom has addressed a major issue found in the upcoming PC version of Monster Hunter: World.

By Matthew Bennett | 08/3/2018 09:54 AM PT

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Early review builds of Monster Hunter: World had a rather nasty crashing bug, but it has been fixed ahead of the official release.

The bug in question caused the game to lock up and crash every hour or so, making it incredibly hard to complete the longer missions in the game. Luckily, Capcom has now pushed a fix live for the PC version that should ensure that this doesn’t happen when the game officially launches next week.

Nvidia has also released its latest set of Game Ready Drivers today that include optimization improvements for Monster Hunter: World.

Monster Hunter: World is available now on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and is coming to PC on August 9th.

Via: IGN

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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