Ghost Recon: Future Soldier PC – Update 1.4 Coming On August 13th With Free Content

Ubisoft revealed that the highly anticipated PC Update 1.4 for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier will come out on August 13th. According to a press release, Ubisoft and its development studios are excited to see the passion of the Ghost Recon Future Soldier PC community and want to honor the dedication and loyalty of the community by working with you, the players, to improve the game experience. Therefore, this new update (that offers better performance) will be launched on August 13th and will be packed with some free content.
The company has also revealed that the full original soundtrack of the game along with new desktop wallpapers and artwork will be delivered in the next few days through the Uplay client and will be available until August 13th.
But there is more to that. After this upcoming update, Ubisoft will release a second update that will feature a special hardcore mode for the campaign, as well as night variants of two adversarial maps.
Here is the changelog for Update  1.4:
-Compatibility, performance, stability, graphics improvements and more – taking your feedback directly into account;
-Improved FPS on all configurations;
-Fixes for several stability issues during map loading;
-God-Rays no longer disappear;
-Fixed some localization issues;
-Fixed some issues causing the display of hint icons from X360 controller when disconnected.
-Free Content: 2 exclusive developer weapon skins

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