Monster Hunter Rise Patch Out Now, Addresses Save Data Issue
Monster Hunter Rise's version 1.1.2 patch resolves a number of bugs, including one that prevented players from opening their save files after setting the Action/Hurt poses to the action bar.
Capcom has released a version 1.1.2 patch for Monster Hunter Rise. This update primarily resolves a number of bugs in the game, including the gesture issue that prevented some players from opening their save files.
Shortly following Monster Hunter Rise's launch, some players discovered an issue related to the Action and Hurt poses. Setting one of those gestures to the action bar or radial menu and quitting the game could potentially make your save file inaccessible. That issue has now been resolved with the version 1.1.2 update. If your file was previously affected, Capcom says you will now be able to resume your game.
#MHRise Patch Update Ver. 1.1.2 is available today, addressing the bug that caused Save Data to be inaccessible if the Action / Hurt Pose Sets were set to the Action Bar or Radial Menu. 🗒️ https://t.co/0i2Ako14nq— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) April 6, 2021
The version 1.1.2 update patches up a few other bugs as well, including one that could cause your character to become unresponsive after you sit down on a bench in Kamura Village and use the Call Cohoot command. You can read the full patch notes, courtesy of the official Monster Hunter website, below.
Monster Hunter Rise launched on Nintendo Switch on March 26 and has been a huge critical and commercial success for Capcom. The game shipped 5 million copies within its first week, Capcom recently announced, and it earned very positive reviews from critics. GameSpot scored it a 9/10 in our Monster Hunter Rise review and said the game "represents the series at the peak of its powers."
If you're just diving into Monster Hunter Rise, we've put together a variety of guides to help you out, including a weapons explainer and a breakdown on how to kill every monster. The game is also receiving its first free content update later this month, which will uncap your Hunter Rank and introduce a couple of new monsters to hunt, including Apex Rathalos and the Elder Dragon Chameleos.
Monster Hunter Rise Guides And News
- How To Kill Every Monster
- Essential Beginner And Advanced Tips
- How To Set Up Multiplayer
- Weapons Explainer - Which Weapon Is Right For You?
- Best Weapons For Beginners
- Buddy Explainer: How Palamutes And Palicoes Work
- Rampage Quest Tips And Explainer
- Amiibo Guide
- All The Best Armor We've Crafted (So Far)
- Monster Hunter Rise Review
Monster Hunter Rise Ver. 1.1.2 Patch Notes
- Fixed a bug causing the controls to stop responding when you sit down on a bench in the village and use the "Call Cohoot" gesture and perform certain actions.
- Fixed a bug causing menu options to be inaccessible when you enter the Gathering Hub with your Cohoot on your arm and sit down on a bench and open the Gestures menu.
- Fixed a bug causing the controls to stop responding under certain circumstances when you receive a Join Request while riding a Canyne set to your second Buddy slot.
- Fixed a bug causing the controls to stop responding when receiving and accepting a Join Request while climbing a wall at the Training Area on the back of a Canyne set to your second Buddy slot.
- Fixed a bug causing save data to be corrupted when you try to continue the game from the Title Menu after quitting the game while having the Attack Pose Set and Hurt Pose Set equipped to the Action Bar or the radial menu. You will now be able to resume your game with the save data in question.
- Fixed a bug causing controls to stop responding when performing certain actions after using an updraft (upwelling wind) at the Lava Caverns.
- Fixed a bug causing an error when changing Switch Skills at the item box using certain game data.
- Fixed a bug preventing the software keyboard from being displayed when you try to change the minimum HR when searching for an online Lobby.
- Other bug fixes.
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