Far Cry 4's Second Patch Released Across Xbox One and Xbox 360
Latest update resolves some stability, audio, and map browser problems.
Publisher Ubisoft has released a second patch for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 editions of its open-world FPS, Far Cry 4.
The latest update comes days after a similar patch was issued for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 versions, and a little over a week since Far Cry 4 shipped across Europe and the US.
Far Cry 4, which was developed for cross-gen platforms and PC, garnered generally favourable reviews from critics. GameSpot's assessment, however, outlined reservations for the game.
GameSpot critic Kevin VanOrd wrote: "It's when you circumvent Far Cry 4's major thematic flaws, inconsistent missions, and incessant nagging that you find the game you came looking for, breathing easy and enjoying the mountains that rise in the distance and the valleys that stretch beneath you."
The Xbox One and Xbox 360 patch notes, written by Ubisoft, can be found below.
- Fixed custom match stability issues
- Fixed progression page issues in Story missions.
- Fixed functionality issues in the shop menu
- Fixed few localization issues (cut-off text, subtitles)
- Fixed host migration random issues specific to coop
- Fixed aiming issues with machine gun weapon.
- Fixed Map Browser issues.
- Fixed some missing sound in radio calls.
Ubisoft added: "We are still working at improving your gaming experience and will keep you updated of upcoming patches in the near future."
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