'Monster Hunter World' 3.02 Update Fixes Kulve Taroth Quest Bugs - Patch Notes

Players can still participate in the Kulve Taroth quest in Monster Hunter World, but a bug involved with the progression of the quest has halted certain hunters. The latest update for Monster Hunter World fixes this bug and one involving the Great Sword Wyvern Ignition and another that messed with the data collection from the First Wyverian. Capcom posted the complete patch notes for Monster Hunter World in the version 3.02 update, which you can read below.

Kulve Taroth Quest Line:

  • Fixed a bug where the Kulve Taroth Siege quest line would not progress correctly under certain conditions (specifically: if you speak to the Admiral out in the field when participating in another player's instance of the "A Wound and a Thirst" or similar quests, after having collected Kulve Taroth traces but BEFORE having spoken to him separately in Astera). Players who have encountered this bug already can return to Astera and speak with the Admiral, triggering the council scene, after which the Kulve Taroth Siege will become available.

Great Sword Wyvern Ignition "Impact":

  • Fixed a bug where the great sword Wyvern Ignition "Impact" saw its fire elemental attack value unintentionally reduced to 240. The value has been reset to 510. The armor skill "Free Element/Ammo Up" is still a requirement for unlocking the fire elemental attack of this weapon.

First Wyverian Statistics:

  • Fixed some bugs in the data collection for the statistical summaries given to you by speaking to the First Wyverian (weapon usage, number of monsters slain, etc.). Data will be progressively reset starting on April 26. For the duration, the First Wyverian will not give out any statistical information, but this should not affect gameplay in any other way. Please note that the statistical data may be low in accuracy for a short time after the process has finished.

The Kulve Taroth quest to find and take down the new Elder Dragon in Monster Hunter World continues until May 3. This quest also introduces a new way to hunt with up to 16 other players. Sieges are now available, which brings up to 16 hunters together and group them into teams of four to deal as much damage to the Kulve Taroth as possible.

Completing these quests will give Monster Hunter World players special tickets and material to create new weapons and gear for you and your Palico.

Monster Hunter World is available now for PS4 and PC.

What do you think of the bug fixes in the latest update? Have you done enough of the Kulve Taroth quest for all the armor? Let us know in the comments section below.