First Far Cry 5 PC patch available, fixes crashes, stability, performance and low repro AI issues

Ubisoft has just released the first PC patch for Far Cry 5. According to the release notes, this patch fixes low occurrence crashes and walkthrough breaks, low occurrence save corruption and low repro AI issues.

Moreover, this first update improves COOP connectivity, improves map download efficiency, PVP matchmaking and fixes various Arcade gameplay issues.

There is also one PC-specific issue that this update addresses. PC gamers reported that they were being incorrectly spawned when the game was minimized during loading. This issue has now been resolved.

This patch will be auto-downloaded from Steam or UPLAY, and you can find its complete changelog below.

Far Cry 5 Title Update 4 Release Notes

Stability & Performance

  • Fixed low occurrence crashes and walkthrough breaks
  • Additional quality bug fixes
  • Fixed low occurrence save corruption

Companion, Enemy, & Animal AI

  • -Fixed low repro AI issues

Design & Mission Progression

  • Fixed issues preventing silver bar purchase
  • Fixed minor bugs

Gameplay & UI

  • Fixed minor bugs

COOP and Online

  • Improved COOP connectivity
  • Fixed low occurrence COOP 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

Map Editor

  • Fixed issue with Arcade Editor crashes

PC Patch Only:

  • Fixed issues that were causing incorrect spawn if the game was minimized during loading

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