Update addresses Co-op and Arcade issues
Ubisoft have dropped a new update on popular open-world murder-fest Far Cry 5. The patch, which is live on PC right now, aims to stomp a few bugs out of the drug-filled fields of Hope County.
Firstly, the patch aims to improve co-operative play across the board, allowing for crisper connectivity and a smoother co-op experience altogether. Tweaks have been made to improve the game’s voice-chat function, removing a bug that would mute players. Also gone is a weird tic that caused Hurk to blow up the client player on occasion.
The Far Cry Arcade has also been updated. PvP matchmaking should now run smoother, and maps should now download “more efficiently”. Speaking of maps, not only has a bug been removed which would only display textures at their lowest setting, but random crashes when using the editor should also be ghost now.
Title Update 4 is live on PC now. The patch will be coming to PS4 and Xbox One on Monday.
Title Update 4:
Stability & Performance
- Fixed low occurrence crashes and walkthrough breaks
- Additional quality bug fixes
- Fixed low occurrence save corruption
Companion, Enemy, and Animal AI
- Fixed low repro AI issues
Design & Mission Progression
- Fixed issues preventing silver bar purchase
- Fixed minor bugs
Gameplay and UI
- Fixed minor bugs
Co-Op and Online
- Improved co-op connectivity
- Fixed low occurrence co-op 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