Ghost Recon Wildlands Day 1 Patch Changes From Open Beta Revealed

Vehicle handling, among other things, still being improved.

Posted By | On 08th, Mar. 2017 Under News


Ubisoft has posted some patch notes for Ghost Recon: Wildlands but these aren’t your average Day 1 patch notes. Instead, they illustrate what’s changed from the open beta thanks to the feedback received.

The overall overview is pretty long but in short, the development team managed to fix numerous issues with vehicles including ramming debug and improvements along with improvements to handling. Graphic glitches, graphical corruptions from multi-GPU set-ups and more have also been fixed along with reduced crashes and increased optimization. These all apply to the PC version of the game.

Ubisoft also fixed “various progression blockers and immersion breakers for our missions”. Whatever that means. You can read up on the other changes here. The developer is still working on frame rate improvements, stream improvement and memory optimization so stay tuned for more patches on those.

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