Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is available since yesterday in stores, and only in the past few hours, however, Ubisoft has made clarity on the content of the day one patch, now available for download on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The file weighs 2.8 GB and makes several improvements to the game, it also solves some bugs and minor issues.
The open-world shooter Ghost Recon Wildlands was extensively tested in an open beta version. On yesterday’s release of the game Ubisoft has provided a patch, which is more than 2.8 gigabytes in size. The patch with version number 1.02 is designed to improve the stability of the game and provide a better connection to the servers.
Ubisoft will be able to solve the problems that were part of the beta version with the Day One patch for the most part. With some changes and improvements to the gameplay as well as optimizations to the game engine, the game is expected to improve significantly compared to the beta version.
The update brings improvements to the anti-cheat system on PC and optimizes the overall performance of the game, in addition to solving graphics bugs and improve the overall stability of the engine. In addition, the update improves the synchronization process of the missions and gameplay mechanics about the online sub, offering a better balance of the same.
Ghost Recon Wildlands is now available on all platforms such as PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.