By all accounts, the launch of “Monster Hunter: World” has gone swimmingly. One of the most anticipated games of the series, players appear to be having quite a bit of fun roaming the vast open landscape. Having said that, the launch has not gone perfectly. There have been a few glitches here and there, especially when it comes to the Xbox One version.

Matchmaking problems limited to Xbox One

As Kotaku reports, when the game first starts up, there are a couple of different things you can do. There is the option to search for an online session, or create your own.

If you want to take down some of the bigger creatures in the game, you are going to need to team up with someone. The problem is that when someone decides to search for a session on the Xbox One, it appears that “no sessions found” is the answer you’re going to get most often.

Perhaps even worse than the error message is the fact that the problem seems to be spreading. Twitter and Reddit threads are starting to show that the problem is growing rather than shrinking. The problems began popping up almost right after the game was released. The online patch was released alongside that game and there are some that believe the patch is what has caused the issue.

Xbox One issues recognized and being worked on

The good news is that Capcom appears to understand that there is a problem. This weekend they tweeted out a message that they are trying to figure out what’s happened and how to get matchmaking going again. “Hello Hunters, we’re aware of the Xbox matchmaking issues and dev team is actively investigating it, we’ll update you as soon as we can.”

Microsoft has issued similar statements on its own Twitter account.

The bad news is that at the moment, it doesn’t appear there is any fix inbound soon. In the meantime, some people have found ways to workaround the issue. If you have friends who are playing “Monster Hunter: World” on the Xbox One then you can meet up with them through direct invites.

If you are playing the game on the PS4, you haven’t seen these problems come up.

That might be exactly why the patch released for the Xbox One appears to be the problem. No one will know for sure what caused the problem until Capcom announces what they found and how they fixed it. Because multiplayer is so important for “Monster Hunter: World” it’s likely Capcom is working overtime to fix the problem. Until then, gamers are just going to have to bide their time.