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Monster Hunter: World has received a new update, which brings the game up to version 1.04 on PlayStation 4 and on Xbox One. It seems the gaming community is in agreement as World has already sold over 1.3 million units in Japan in the first three days alone, and over five million worldwide. But many Xbox One players have struggled to participate in multiplayer hunts, one of the game's most enjoyable activities, since MHW debuted last week.

From hunting down epic monsters, fun side quests, playing with friends, and the ability to have the cutest cat (Palico) helping alongside you, Monster Hunter World has a bit of everything for everyone. If you want to get some boulder bone fast, head over to Wildspire Waste and find the area's bonepiles.

Monster Hunter: World's design video begins in an interesting way, as it starts by showing how umbrellas were used to create the sound of a Rathalos' wings flapping.

Keep in mind that most of the armor you'll be collecting and crafting will likely cover your characters from head to toe so don't be mad if you can't see your awesome beard or the evil horns on your Palico. Capcom have assured hunters not to worry if they don't immediately receive their Celebration Pack, they are releasing them in waves.

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