Ubisoft’s latest patch for Ghost Recon Wildlands brings the much-awaited PVP release with Title Update 8, going live on PS4 and Xbox One today, before touching down on PC on October 12.
The patch for consoles will be up to 11GB in size, depending on which version of the game you already have installed, and for PC it will be 4.7GB on Steam and 9.5GB on Uplay.
Alongside the PVP launch, Ubisoft has fixed several issues with the game, including user interface bugs, gameplay animations, game stability, and co-op connectivity.
Find the full update below:
- – In “El Cardinal”, fixed a bug where the player couldn’t redeploy freely after failing the mission
- – Fixed a bug where a “NEW” tag would appear on the loadout even though there is no new unlocked item
- – Fixed a bug where the “Missile incoming” warning would be displayed too late
- – Fixed some situations where the prestige points earned wouldn’t appear on screen
- – Fixed a bug where a player wouldn’t be kicked from the lobby if the command was initiated from several players
- – Added relay servers for improved connectivity between players
- – Fixed a bug where a player shooting from the trunk of a car could lose control over the character
- – Polished the new helicopter’s landing animation
- – Fixed a bug where Norton antivirus users would have troubles launching the game
- – In “El Invisible”, fixed a bug where the “mission failed” screen would not appear, making the mission unavailable.
- – Fixed the mouse input precision for the new helicopter control scheme. We implemented mouse acceleration which decays as helicopter picks up speed, and a deceleration when player is driving, as previous implementation was losing angular velocity too fast
- – Fixed an issue causing vehicle doors to always shown as being closed when using NVidia Ansel
On top of the bug fixes and improvements to the main game, this update is bringing the PvP mode: Ghost War. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands: Ghost War is an intense tactical 4v4 adversarial experience. At launch, you will have 12 classes to choose from as you battle enemies across 8 different maps. You will need to plan your actions and tactics carefully, as even your downed teammates can become objectives since you will be able to revive them at any time.
Watch the PVP launch trailer below:
Will you be testing out the new PVP mode?