Ubisoft has rolled out the second PC patch for Driver: San Francisco. Unfortunatelly though, the company hasn’t provided any release notes with it so we kind of don’t know what exactly this patch fixes or adds. One of the changes is that the menu theme is changed to different tracks and that the default resolution is now the 720p.
The patch is almost 65MB in size and can be downloaded from the following link – or you can let Ubisoft’s launcher to autopatch the game for you.
Driver San Francisco’s PC patch 1.02 can be downloaded from here.
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