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Ghost Recon: Wildlands Receives A Substantial Patch

Ghost Recon: Wildlands Receives A Substantial Patch

Ubisoft released a significant update for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands today, and it's a really good patch, as far as Ubisoft patches are concerned. It not only fixes a myriad of issues from gameplay content to connectivity and stability tweaks, but it also adds a couple of much needed features that the game had been lacking since launch.

Aside from a range of technical fixes, Wildlands has added functionalities that allows player to enjoy the game with all HUD elements off, as well as selecting which vehicle they want to spawn when using the "Drop Vehicle" rebel skill -- a much requested feature by many players, GameGrin staff included.

The other major patch change of note is the option to mute every radio in-game, something absurdly necessary given how abysmal the content's quality is. You can read more about our impressions of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands here, and check out the significantly large patch notes by yourself here.

Wildlands' Title Update 2 (first one came to PC on launch week) is available on PC on the 22nd of March and on PS4 and Xbox One on the 23th of March 23rd, both during morning UTC. The patch size will be around 3 GB on consoles and up to 5 GB on PC, depending on client, and Ubisoft servers will have a small maintenance around that time, so don't fret if they're offline.

Marcello Perricone

Marcello Perricone

Staff Writer

Passionate, handsome, and just a tiny bit cocky, our resident Time Lord loves history, science, and all things that fall from the sky.

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Acelister - 06:48pm, 23rd March 2017

Another bonus to no radio - no YouTube copyright strikes. Yes, that happened.