Ghost Recon Wildlands got a new update for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, including stability enhances and game-wide connectivity. Players also have the option to turn off the game’s radios, and they will also be able to choose the type of vehicle they could drive when making use of the Drop Vehicle rebel skill. The patch of updates for Ghost Recon Wildlands contains a long list of improvements and new features.
Ghost Recon Wildlands received a series of updates and improvements
Tech specialists revealed some of these new updates. Since some players experienced problems with several missions in the game, developers felt responsible for doing the right things for gamers to be pleased. After developers had searched into the matter, they fixed the issues. They have also mended the XP farming exploit linked to the “Rebellion Rising” mission which had previously interfered with the co-op experience.
Game developers have modified some GPS pathfinding and missions markers, and they have also unlocked the missions which were reported to have issues, like El Cerebro, Sandoval Dead body, Sueno’s proposition and Gold Rush. They had also altered several mission triggers to ease the progress of the player and to offer a pleasant game experience. Game designers have restored the situations where some dialogues were not initiated correctly.
Game developers paid attention to gamers’ complaints
Moreover, they made some of the missions replayable, after fixing them, including Western cocaine cache, Sandoval confession, Boss missions and El Cerebro. When it comes to user interface, they implemented new tweaks and fixes which help players unlock weapons and trophies. Players who used to play the game with the HUD hidden will be able to choose the type of intel they want to gather when interacting with files.
Game developers also brought some adjustments for trophy requirements, such as With a Pistol!, Eagle-Eyed, The Champion. Other changes implemented regarded fixing a bug where hits registered 0.5-second lag, and they also mended the kick/ban vote notifications. What is more, they have also painted and fixed some attachments which did not appear as expected in the lobby.
They also mended other replication problems like synchronizing the Rebel Radio explosion and the sniper scope glare effect. In terms of connectivity, Ubisoft’s employees repaired several disconnection bugs and errors regarding public sessions. All these updates went live on March 22, weighing about 5GB.
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