Here's What's In Ghost Recon: Wildlands' Day One Patch
Ghost Recon's day one patch is now out in the wild.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands is out now, but as with most games, that's not the end of the story. Its day one patch is out now, bringing with it a load of bug fixes.
In addition, the update optimizes the title's weapons and improves some aspects of in-game vehicles. The majority of changes, however, is limited to bug fixes and stability improvements; see the full list of tweaks at the bottom of this article (via VG247).
In other Ghost Recon: Wildlands news, publisher Ubisoft says the open-world game's betas set a company record in attracting over 6.8 million players. By comparison, The Division's beta had 6.4 million players.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands launched on March 7. Its publisher says it contains the largest world of any Ubisoft game ever, and the company is certainly supporting the Ghost Recon franchise: both a novel and a movie are on the way.
Critics' early responses have been positive for Ghost Recon: Wildlands. Check out our review in progress to see how we're getting on so far, or this review roundup for a look at the wider critical reception.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands' Day One Patch Notes
Gameplay And Missions
- Fixes for various progression blockers and immersion breakers.
Co-op And Interactivity
- Various fixes regarding missions' synchronization, replication, and online mechanics.
- Vehicle improvements:
- Ramming debug and improvements
- Destruction debug
- Handling still ongoing
- Weapon optimizations.
- Graphic glitches fixed.
- Exposition adjustments to ensure clarity and ergonomics:
- Cartel Overview
- Added opo-ups to document the player on game progression.
- Various crash fixes.
- Performance improvements.
- Frame rate improvement.
- Stream improvement.
- Several multi-GPU graphical corruptions fixed.
- Performance and graphical optimizations.
- Reduced crashes.
- Control optimization.
- Anti-cheat protection optimization.
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