Capcom has released Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak update 12.0.1 (PC version 22.214.171.124) today for some balance adjustments as well as bug fixes. Check out the Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak October 14 patch notes posted down below.
Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak Update 12.0.1 Patch Notes | Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak Update 126.96.36.199 Patch Notes | Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak October 14 Patch Notes:
Bug Fixes and Balance Adjustments
Fixed an issue causing save data size to increase when setting augmented armor to the “Vaunted Qurious Crafter” page on the Guild Card.
- After looking into the issue caused by repeated input of gestures and pose sets, we have adjusted the game to accept a maximum of 4 inputs per second in order to maintain Lobby stability.
- Fixed an issue causing an error to occur if you try to claim the “Lost Code” Hunter layered weapon pack (14 types) all at once.
- Fixed an issue where the great swords “Chrome Heaven”, “Antique Machina GS”, and “Lordly Deathcap” would have an insufficient number of Anomaly Slots.
- Fixed an issue causing Risen Chameleos to behave differently for players with an Anomaly Research Level below 100 and players with an Anomaly Research Level of 100 or higher.
- Fixed an issue causing Violet Mizutsune to keep going around in circles if the player uses a Tricktoad under specific conditions during the M6★ quest “A Mysterious Pale Flame.”
- Fixed an issue causing the game to crash if the player uses the “Equipment Search” function at the Smithy or in the Item Box if they do not have the right to play “Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak.”
- The game now no longer autosaves at the start of a cutscene.
- Players will no longer be able to accept unauthorized Anomaly Investigations at the Quest Counter.
- If the player joins an Anomaly Investigation via a Join Request, and the quest is identified as unauthorized, a chat log message will now be displayed to notify the player of this fact.
Fixed a bug causing the game to crash when connecting to the “Nahimic Audio” sound utility software.
That’s it for the patch notes. Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is out now for PC, and Nintendo Switch.
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