Monster Hunter Rise Melding Pot Bug

Monster Hunter Rise Melding Pot Talisman Bug to Be Fixed

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Capcom has released a statement addressing the latest major bug in Monster Hunter Rise, and this time it has to do with the Melding Pot and Talismans. Players have been reporting an issue when using the Melding Pot – Wisp of Mystery function to create Talismans. The issue involves Talismans being produced in the exact same order. Capcom is currently looking for a fix and will post an update regarding this problem once more information has been obtained.

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The Melding Pot and Talisman bug isn’t the only issue that has arisen in Monster Hunter Rise. Previously, players were getting locked out of loading their save data if they had specific poses set to their action bar. These specific poses came from a paid DLC that was released alongside Monster Hunter Rise. However, this issue has been resolved.

Additionally, Capcom released patch notes for the most recent series of patches. They provide full details regarding the various bug fixes that are now available to consumers. This involves fixes including calling your Cahoot and instances of the user interface disappearing or becoming unresponsive after performing specific actions.

Monster Hunter Rise is immediately available for the Nintendo Switch. A PC port is planned for early 2022.


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