Capcom has identified and fixed the cause of two major issues in Monster Hunter World for PC: Iceborne.
Updates: Capcom has delivered the patch announced earlier this week. An 254MB update was released on Steam overnight, bringing the version of the game to 10.12.01.
As promised, the patch enables the game to convert the old save format to a new save format for players who have not played since the format was changed in late 2018. People who encounter this infamous error should now be able to recover from where they left off, so start the game and try it out.
The only thing you will lose is key binding customization, as the entire keyboard and mouse controls for the game have been improved. The control is reset to its current default value. Capcom says that you should ignore the "Unable to load keyboard settings preset". If you receive a "Data is corrupted" message.
As for CPU issues, this patch reduces CPU utilization during gaming, so you should no longer be in trouble due to unusually high utilization. However, this effect varies depending on your settings.
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ability: Shortly after launch, Monster Hunter World: Ice Source Since then, players on the PC have encountered many problems. The biggest and undoubtedly the most shocking mistake is the one that puts saved files at risk of deletion.
Players at the time suggested that this was related to a file format change in Monster Hunter World's saved files, which meant that people who did not play the game between the change and the Iceborne release would eventually save files that the game could not save. t realize.
Capcom didn't comment on the issue at the time, but thankfully they now disclose that it is working on the issue. In the Steam post, the developer confirmed how it works, adding that this issue is especially true when saving data has never been updated since October 30, 2018.
Capcom advises players to close the game when the infamous error message appears, so it sounds like the patch will convert outdated saved files of affected files to the new format.
Another issue that has been widely reported is that after the release of Iceberg, the performance has dropped abnormally, often intermittently, even for those who do not own the expansion and have not been to the Hoarfrost Reach area. Capcom acknowledged the problem at the time and now confirms that it is being addressed.
Players are skeptical again because of the unusually high CPU usage. Both issues will be fixed in the 10.12.01 patch, which Capcom said will be released "in the next few days."
If you haven't encountered these problems yourself, then you may be in Iceborne right now, where you will seek the farm's never-ending quest for better gear. Our master-level materials guide, new weapon extensions and top-level weapon trees in primitive damage should all come in handy.