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Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak confirms update to fix this bug and workaround

We get more content from one of the most outstanding games in the Nintendo Switch catalog. We are talking in this case about Monster Hunter Rise y su expansión Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak.

After the announcement of new ProController, in this case we have been able to learn that an update is already on the way to solve an error detected by Capcom. This is what the company has shared:

  • The update, which does not yet have a date, will fix a bug that affects team uploads
    • Details: If you register a gear loadout that contains a weapon with a Rampage decoration, and then revert the upgrade for that weapon, an error will occur when trying to select that particular gear loadout.
    • Workaround: When a weapon with a Rampage decoration is registered to a team loadout, remove the Rampage decoration or delete the loadout in question before performing the revert.
    • Temporary Fix – Upgrade the weapon back to the level where you have the Rampage decoration again.

we remember them the release schedule of all major updates for Sunbreak:

August 10 – Free Title Update 1

  • Bazelgeuse Magma, Lunar Nargacuga and other monsters
  • Rare Species Monsters
  • Special Species Monsters
  • New Location: Abandoned Area

Late September – Free Title Update 2

  • Monsters of rare species and subspecies
  • Boosted Monsters

Winter – Free Title Update 3

  • Special Species Monsters
  • Boosted Monsters

2023 – Free updates

What do you think? If you’re interested, check out our full coverage of Monster Hunter Rise at this link. You can also find our coverage of the Sunbreak expansion here.

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