Far Cry 4 – Patch 1.5 Released – Addresses Stuttering Issues, Adds 21:9 Aspect Ratio Support

Ubisoft has released the latest PC update for Far Cry 4 that supposedly addresses the game’s stuttering issues, as well as a number of graphical issues. And after testing it ourselves, we can confirm that most of the game’s stuttering issues have been fixed.

While there are still some stutters when a new region is being loaded, these stutters are nowhere as awful as those witnessed in the vanilla version.

In addition, this patch brings adds 21:9 aspect ratio support, and fixes an issue with aim assist and mouse input, as well as various control, UI and Session Browser issues.

As always, this update will be auto-downloaded next time you launch the Steam (or the UPLAY) client.


Far Cry 4 – Patch 1.5 Changelog:

-Added 21:9 aspect ratio support
-Added Russian text and subtitles to worldwide game version
-Fixed an issue with aim assist
-Fixed an issue with grappling if the aim button was remapped to another key
-Fixed an issue with mouse input
-Fixed an issue with movement key binding on mouse buttons
-Fixed an issue with Uplay invites for Steam users
-Fixed various Controls issues
-Fixed various Graphical issues
-Fixed various IGE issues
-Fixed various Session Browser issues
-Fixed various UI issues
-NVIDIA graphics preset was removed
-Reduced performance drop impact during streaming

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