Ubisoft has confirmed that the sophomore patch for Far Cry 4 is now available to download on Xbox platforms.
Much like the recent update for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, the French publisher outlined that this latest release will target the known bugs and should alleviate the majority of the problems that users have experienced since day one. Here’s a list of those patch notes in question, which will rectify a series of issues across Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Fixed some random crashes on all game modes.
Fixed host migration edge random & case issues
Fixed custom match stability issues
Fixed join-in-progress edge case issues
Fixed progression page issues in Story missions
Fixed functionality issues in the shop menu
Fixed several localization issues (cut-off text, subtitles)
Fixed various low repro walkthrough breaks
Fixed host migration random issues specific to coop
Fixed minor gameplay functionality issues
Fixed aiming issues with the machine gun weapon
Fixed minor and low repro QTE issue with specific animals
Fixed Map Browser issues
Fixed occlusion and navmesh issues
Fixed some missing audio in radio calls
Upon release, the open-world sequel was marred by an array of issues across all platforms, with many leading to the game crashing without warning. Thankfully, though, it seems Ubisoft is finally beginning to iron out the technical kinks within Far Cry 4, allowing players to enjoy it for the excellent adventure it really is.
Far Cry 4 is available now across PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC and despite these technical issues, we still had a blast in Ubisoft’s Himalayan adventure.