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PS4 and Xbox One Fixes
05 February 2018, 05:40 | Rudolph Thomas
Monster Hunter: World Patch 18.104.22.168 Fixes "All Matchmaking Functionality" on Xbox One
The Xbox One's Patch 22.214.171.124 will address and allegedly resolve "all matchmaking functionality issues" in Monster Hunter World. Notably, the game's matchmaking features on Xbox One didn't work, nor did SOS flares.
Now that Monster Hunter: World has arrived, Capcom has been sharing a series of The Making of Monster: Hunter World videos that talks to the people behind the game. It's already sold well over five million copies on release and continues to be the talk of most console gamers these days. It's a game that once you get into, one might not be able to stop playing for long sessions at a time considering everything it brings to the table. The new Monster Hunter patch does fix two Hunting Horn bugs, including one that broke dodge-canceling while playing Encore, but those are the only gameplay changes cited in the official patch notes.
Capcom celebrating this landmark by giving all players a Monster Hunter World celebration item pack for free.
Following the release of update 1.03 earlier this week, Capcom has now launched a 930MB patch to fix a few issues.
The update targets errors across the board, including "Matchmake", "Filter Search", "Squad Sessions Session" and "Respond to SOS".
New Trailer Introduces Two Mysterious Users
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Some breast cancer treatments may impact heart function
More studies will need to be done to confirm whether the results of the smaller studies are seen in larger groups of patients. Some studies suggest that administering common chemotherapy therapies in new ways may reduce heart disease risks.
February 2 is Wear Red Day
Since 2004, the retailer has raised a staggering $65 million for the American Heart Association's signature campaign! Heart disease is often generally associated with men, but cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of women.
Samsung Galaxy S9 Active likely in the works for this year
However, the phones internally codenamed as "star" and "star2" aren't the only thing Samsung's engineers have been cooking up. One small but important upgrade on this year's smartphones from Samsung will change the rear fingerprint sensor's position.
Oil prices shrug off USA record
On Friday, the price of Brent crude was up 0.09% to $69.85 a barrel, having earlier returned to the $70 level after three days. One thing necessary for the market to stay in balance will be a continued rise in USA shale production, says Goldman.