Another week, another triple-A title that has released into trouble. In the wake of Assassin’s Creed: Unity‘s turbulent launch — which continues to be plagued with framerate issues as Ubisoft scramble to implement a fix — players have begun to report problems within the French publisher’s recently-released shooter, Far Cry 4.
IGN is reporting that a handful of users have run into trouble when trying to join the PvP mode, with players citing that the game disconnects immediately once they find a match. According to the report, this issue isn’t platform-specific.
That’s not the only trouble, as for those on PlayStation 3, it appears as though Far Cry 4 has bigger problems. When trying to boot up the game for the first time, PS3 users have been met with an error message that simply reads “corrupt data,” which may, according to Ubisoft, have something to do with a previous Far Cry 3 save file that’s still on your system.
“We are currently investigating the error message that some players are receiving when attempting to play Far Cry 4 on the Playstation 3 (receiving a ‘corrupt data’ data error message for Far Cry 3). To further track this issue, we’re asking all players to submit a support ticket” the message reads.
Given that the Ubisoft’s sequel released today, details are still scare on the ground. Nevertheless, we’ll be sure to keep you right up to date with all of the news pertaining to Far Cry 4 as it appears.
Far Cry 4 is available now across PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. Tell us, have you experienced any of the aforementioned issues when roaming around the Himalayan region of Kyrat? Let us know in the comments section below.