Monster Hunter World continues to struggle with matchmaking issues on the Xbox One. In the course of a current opinion Capcom delivers various workarounds.
Since the official release in late January, Capcom’s Monster Hunt “Monster Hunter World” has received several updates that have resolved various technical issues.
Also, the matchmaking issues Monster Hunter World was struggling with on Xbox One should be a thing of the past with the updates. However, in recent days it has become apparent that players still struggle to connect with other players through the game’s matchmaking feature on Xbox One. In the meantime, Capcom was also in for an opinion.
Monster Hunter World: Capcom on matchmaking issues on Xbox One
Commenting on the Xbox One issues, Capcom said, “Our development team is working tirelessly to solve the matchmaking issues on the Xbox One, apologizing for the delay and thanking you for your continued patience and support as we track down these issues and to solve.”
And further: “If you can not use the ‘matchmaking’ option to connect with other hunters in the meantime, you can create online lobbies, join other lobbies through the filter search, ‘invite friends’, connect to the Make other people’s lobbies via the Xbox One’s LFG feature, or join other players’ Hunt on ‘Responding to SOS’. ”
In addition, Capcom points out that sometimes can be remedied by ensuring that the NAT of the Xbox One is “open”.