Monster Hunter World: Iceborne update 15.11 fixes frustrating quest bug

Capcom have released a new game update for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne on consoles. This latest patch will appear as version 15.11 for those playing Iceborne on PS4 and PS5, or 15.0.1 on the Xbox family of consoles.

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It’s worth mentioning up top that Monster Hunter World: Iceborne update 15.11 doesn’t add anything new in terms of in-game content. Last year, Capcom confirmed that its 15.10 update would be the last to introduce any major content to their power-selling action RPG.

Instead, this new patch includes bug fixes and balance adjustments with one particular bug being the focus this time around. Here are those patch notes in full.

We’ve fixed an issue from Ver. 15.10 / 15.1.0.0 in which delivery requests would disappear from the list at the Resource Center when playing with your console in offline mode, preventing you from being able to complete the request.

If you have experienced this bug, playing in online mode will restore the requests to your list.
Once you have applied Ver. 15.11 / 15.1.0.1, delivery requests will no longer disappear even in offline mode.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne bagged an effortless 9 out of 10 when Dom reviewed the meaty expansion back in 2018, saying that “Monster Hunter: World is deservedly Capcom’s most successful game to date, and the Iceborne expansion amplifies everything positive about it. More incredible monsters, new lands and a wealth of ways to upgrade your Hunter will have fans in rapture, while new players yet to experience the delights of monster hunting can rest assured that there’s never been a better time to join the hunt”.

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