The First Update for Far Cry 5 Includes Several Fixes
The first update for Far Cry 5, the open-world first-person shooter set in Montana, is going live for console users today. The update fixes several bugs in the campaign mode along with some changes to the game’s arcade mode and map editor.
The update was already available for PC users last Friday. The update improves things such as the game’s stability, several bugs and also the co-op mode.
You can read the full list of fixes below:
Stability & Performance
Fixed low occurrence crashes and walkthrough breaks
Additional quality bug fixes
Fixed low occurrence save corruption
Companion, Enemy, & Animal AI
Fixed low repro AI issues
Design & Mission Progression
Fixed issues preventing silver bar purchase
Fixed minor bugs
Gameplay & UI
Fixed minor bugs
COOP and Online
Improved COOP connectivity
Fixed low occurrence COOP specific walkthrough breaks
Fixed voice communication issue where players could be permanently muted
Hurk was blowing up the client player when in a helicopter, fixed that.
Far Cry Arcade
Improved map download efficiency
Fixed various Arcade gameplay issues
Fixed issue where map textures would be extremely low
Improved PVP matchmaking
Fixed lobby loadout selection and map selection issues
Fixed issue with Arcade Editor crashes
PC Patch Only:
Fixed issues that were causing incorrect spawn if the game was minimized during loading
Even though Far Cry 5 has been selling pretty well (it topped the UK sales chart again last week just like it did in its debut week) and received great reviews, it’s known for being somewhat buggy. Players have reported experiencing mission bugs and A.I. bugs, for example.
Hopefully, this patch will make some significant improvements to the game and it’s doubtful that this will be the only update that Ubisoft releases for the game.
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