Next Monster Hunter World update will address low-resolution textures, will improve keyboard controls

Capcom has finally acknowledged the low-resolution texture issues that occur in the PC version of Monster Hunter World and stated that its next patch will fix it. In case you weren’t aware of, during character creation and in-game cutscenes some textures weren’t always loading the most optimal quality settings, resulting in some really blurry results.

Thankfully, and although there is a workaround that PC gamers can use, Capcom will fix this issue with the next title update for Monster Hunter World.

Moreover, this next patch for Capcom’s monster hunting game will improve keyboard controls. According to the team, keyboard setup will be further optimized by revisiting key assignments for certain actions.

Unfortunately there is no ETA yet on when this patch will go live, however we’ll be sure to keep you posted!

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