Update 1.1.2 has arrived for Monster Hunter Riseand here is the full list of changes and fixes added in this patch.
Capcom released the 1.1.1 update a few days ago, but now it’s the second major patch released for the game so far. Unfortunately, the new update for the game doesn’t include any free new features. The purpose of today’s patch is to simply fix many areas of the game.
Today’s patch was released on April 6, 2021 and should be available now for the Nintendo Switch platform. You can read the full patch notes below.
Monster Hunter Rise Update 1.1.2 Patch Notes
Base / facility
- Fixed a bug that caused the controls to become unresponsive when sitting on a bench in the village and using the “Call Cohoot” gesture and performing certain actions.
- Fixed a bug that resulted in menu options not being accessible when entering the Gathering Hub with your Cohoot in your arm, sitting on a bench, and opening the gesture menu.
- Fixed a bug that caused the controls to become unresponsive under certain circumstances if you received a join request while driving a Canyne set on your second buddy slot.
- Fixed a bug that caused the controls to stop responding when receiving and accepting a join request while climbing a wall in the training area at the back of a canyne set to your second buddy slot.
- Fixed a bug that resulted in saved data being corrupted when attempting to continue the game from the title menu after exiting the game while using the Attack Pose Set and Hurt Pose Set using the Action Bar or Radial Menu are equipped.
You can now continue your game with the relevant backup data.
- Fixed a bug that caused the controls to become unresponsive when performing certain actions after using an updraft (ascending wind) in the lava caves.
- Fixed a bug that caused a bug when changing the switch abilities in the item field using certain game data.
- Fixed a bug that prevented the software keyboard from appearing when trying to change the minimum HR when searching for an online lobby.
- Other bug fixes.
Monster Hunter Rise is available now for the Nintendo Switch platform. You can find more information about today’s patch in the game official website.
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