Today, a new update went live for Monster Hunter: World, bringing up the PlayStation 4 version to number 5.11. This 95MB update fixes some bugs and issues, mostly related to the Lunastra Ticket reward item.
Here are the official patch notes, posted on the Capcom Unity blog:
A bug has been fixed where the reward item “Lunastra Ticket”, from the event quest “When Blue Dust Surpasses Red Lust”, would be placed in your item pouch or item box as a consumable item and could not be used as a material. This occurred even after the item had been converted from an “Unavailable” item, after you had updated to version 5.10 after having experienced the bug in which you obtained the “Unavailable” item instead of the “Lunastra Ticket” (which occurred from completing the quest “When Blue Dust Surpasses Red Lust” without updating to version 5.10).
Updating to version 5.11 will take any Lunastra Tickets from the consumables in your item pouch or item box and replace them into your material item box.
Additionally, please note that though the delivery request “Blooming Sakura” is designed to unlock by speaking to the Smithy after you’ve obtained a Lunastra Ticket, the request will not unlock if the Lunastra Ticket you possess is converted from an “Unavailable” item after having updated to version 5.10 or higher.
If the request does not unlock after speaking to the Smithy, please update to version 5.11 and reobtain Lunastra Tickets by completing the event quest “When Blue Dust Surpasses Red Lust” again. Then speak to the Smithy to unlock the request.
Kushala Daora’s wind armor
Kushala Daora’s wind armor normally repels arrows and bowgun shots, but arch-tempered Kushala Daora’s wind armor unintentionally did not repel these attacks. This issue has been fixed so that tempered and arch-tempered Kushala Daora will now repel those attacks when its wind armor is active.
A bug has been fixed that caused Xeno’jiiva’s tail to gain resistance when switching to multiplayer mode via SOS, causing it to become harder to sever.
Mosswine - Pork Chops
Why wouldn’t you want to eat a Mosswine? They even take you to bunches of mushrooms so that you have a side to go with their porky goodness. I’d feel a little bad eating one after it’s picked out what it goes well with, but a Mosswine would make for a great set of porkchops once it’s been cleaned and prepared – you don’t want to eat any of its moss, after all!
Porkchops, mushrooms, and perhaps a few herbs from your journey come together to create a hearty meal, and one that’ll reinvigorate you to go back out on your monster slaying adventures.
Anjanath - BBQ Ribs
Anjanath’s short little arms may not be willing to give much, but he has a massive body. That means that Anjanath can provide plentiful ribs! What goes good with ribs? BBQ sauce. You know that the Handler likely has an excellent BBQ sauce recipe, because her love for food knows no bounds. Whilst this would be a simple meal of endless stacks of ribs coated in a warm, smoky BBQ sauce, you’ll not be left unsatisfied. That meat will fall right off the bone and honestly readers, I’m at risk of dribblin’ right now.
Lavasioth - Chili-coated Fish
Monster Hunter: World doesn’t offer many options in terms of seafood, but the fiery Lavasioth could provide fish food with a bit of a kick. Sure, it doesn’t come from the sea of water, but it comes from a sea of lava! You can guarantee it’ll be hot when it reaches your plate, and you might find going to the toilet to be a bigger challenge than facing down any monster. What people would do for food, eh?
Give me that fish fillet with a chili coating, chili oil, and a jug (or several) of water to wash that hot inferno down. This is a dish for those Fivers who think that they could eat even the hottest food, but the Hunter’s Guild and Research Commission team don’t take responsibility for those brave – or foolish – enough to try it out.
Rathian - Beef Bowl
You know what Rathians have that not many other monsters have? Eggs. They lay eggs, and they’re massive. You don’t even need to carve the Rathian to create a good meal with what it has to offer, but shredded beef on a bed of rice with egg cracked on top sounds pretty darn great, doesn’t it? This is Monster Hunter, so of course the amount of rice and beef has to be comparable to the size of Rathian’s eggs. Maybe Yu Narukami of Persona 4 fame could tackle such an endless beef bowl, as he’s tackled the meat dimension once before and come out on top. Anybody else? Who knows?
Kulve Taroth - Golden Feast
The Kulve Taroth is the big one. A feast fit for a king or queen. She can’t be slayed right now, but you can only imagine the gold-lined meal that she’d provide once she’s finally taken down. Food with gold in the ingredients are considered to be delicacies, and Kulve Taroth’s gold plating would accompany an insane platter of meat. It’s the largest creature in the game, so it’s suitable that its meal is nigh-impossible to eat in its entirety.