The Crew – Day-One Patch Detailed

Ubisoft’s The Crew is currently available on all platforms and the French company has released a day-one update for it. According to the changelog, this update fixes matchmaking and sessions problem, and improves the game’s performance and stability. We’ve contacted Ubisoft for a review code, so hopefully we’ll get one sooner than later. Regarding Inquisition, we’ve been in contact with EA for the past two weeks and still have not secured a review code. We’ll give the big publisher one more day until we purchase the game ourselves. You can view the complete changelog below.

The Crew Day-One Patch Changelog:

Bug Fixes 

  1. Stability & performance
  • Fixed some random crashes on all game modes
  • Fixed an issue where some crews were disbanded randomly
  1. Matchmaking, connectivity & replication
  • Fixed matchmaking and sessions problems
  • Fixed invite system in Private PVP game modes
  • Improved matchmaking and sessions on server side.
  1. Menus and HUD
  • Fixed issues related to Leaderboards scoring on Missions and Skills
  • Updated info on HUD for Gift packs.
  • Resolved issues on Localization bugs.
  • Fixes on Statistics computing values.
  • Fixes on PVP lobby HUD.
  • Fixed an issue where the “Mute” option was missing from player cards while inside a PvP lobby.
  • Fixed an issue where an infinite loading animation of the gamer card picture was happening.
  • Fixed an issue where the title shows the “Display” name instead of “Gamertag” for the active user inside the Leaderboards from the Driver ID menu.
  1. PvP
  • Fixed an issue where leaderboard displayed incoherent scoring on PVP Public FFA events.
  • Fixed an issue where the collision’ and ‘Traffic’ options were not functional within the lobby.
  • Fixed an issue preventing the HUD from refreshing when a crew member invites the crew master in a PvP public lobby.
  • Fixed an issue where the crew gets disbanded after coming out of PVP lobby.
  • Fixed the option to disable/enable voices during PvP events.
  1. Achievements and Awards
  • Fixed Achievements unlocking issues
  • Fixed Awards progression and unlocking issues
  1. DLC / ULC
  • Fixed issues related on unlocking the content after purchasing DLC/ULC packs.
  1. Missions
  • Improved AI behavior in some situations.
  • Fixes on HUD elements during missions.
  • Fixed an issue preventing some players to join a mission after a quick coop search.
  • Fixed an issue where some players in coop/solo missions where sent back to the log-in menu with a service error message.
  1. Online
  • Fixed an issue where players couldn’t join a session or a crew.
  • Fixed an issue where players could be missing from the crew list for other players in the same crew.
  • Fixed an issue that was preventing a player from entering a PvP lobby while in a crew of 4.
  • Fixed an issue preventing the world ghost record to load and instead of the “Online ID” text “UNKNOWN” was displayed for all the skills.
  • Fixed an issue where the game crashes when failing to connect to proxy.
  • Fixed an issue where the game goes into infinite loading screen after using “Quit” and after being idle in the game.
  • Fixed an issue where the PSN ID’s fails to load on leaderboards and was shown as “Loading” and “UNKNOWN” text.
  • Fixed an issue where the crew was failing to update correctly after the crew master has removed his Ethernet/Signed-out/Shut down the console and logged in again.
  • Fixed an issue where the loading time after pressing any button in title screen may be up to 2 minutes long.
  • Fixed an issue where some users were not joining the crew after being invited.
  • Fixed an issue where after a forced back to login, the gamer-pic in the friend list couldn’t load.

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