Ghost Recon: Wildlands – Patch 3.5 available, allows players to request for help while in down state

Ubisoft has released a new patch for the PC version of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands. According to the release notes, this patch adds the ability to request for help now while in down state, and fixes a number of issues that have been reported by its community.

Moreover, this patch addresses an issue where the game would show an incorrect display resolution in the Video menu if ALT+TAB was used during the confirmation pop-up message, as well as an issue where the gray screen when the character is downed was displayed in NVIDIA Ansel.

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

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands – Patch 3.5 Changelog:

  • NEW FEATURES• Players can request for help now while in down state.

BUG FIXES

  • Fixed the fast travel icon not being displayed on the tacmap when using a Steam Controller.
  • Fixed an issue where the screen would flicker when exiting the vehicle while using the Tobii Eye tracking device.
  • Fixed an issue where the game language was not automatically set if the Arabic language was set as the title’s language, from the Steam client.
  • Fixed an issue where the game would show an incorrect display resolution in the Video menu if ALT+TAB was used during the confirmation pop-up message.
  • Fixed an issue where the gray screen when the character is downed was displayed in NVIDIA Ansel.
  • Fixed an issue where the 360 screenshot in Ansel had visual corruption if Ansel was used while the Night Vision was activated.
  • Fixed an issue where the Weapon Fanatic achievement was not awarded if the weapon pack item was bought from the in game store.

NARCO ROAD

  • Fixed and issue where the screen would flicker when using nitro boost while being detected.

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