Ubisoft has finally released the highly anticipated ‘Update 1.4’ for the PC version of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier. This update comes with global improvements in FPS for all configurations, as well as fixes for several stability issues that occurred during map loading. Kudos to Ubisoft for at least putting some effort into fixing some of the major issues that were present in the PC version of the game. We strongly believe that the company should had delayed the game’s release date in order to offer what they had initially promised, but then again that’s just us.
Those interested can manually apply this update by downloading it from here.
According to Ubisoft, after installing this update, players will be unable to participate in online matches with players who have not updated. In addition, this update is currently an optional update but will become mandatory later this week. At that time, Uplay will require players to update their game client in order to play.
Here is the changelog for this update, as well as some known issues and workarounds:
Known issues and workarounds:
•Issue with Steam version on Windows Vista: After applying the patch, the desktop shortcut will not work. •Solution: The player can start the game directly from the Steam Library. This issue will be fixed as soon as possible.
•Issue: The News Feed will disappear if the player changes their selection on the main menu. •Solution: The player can see the News Feed when reentering the main menu page. This issue will be fixed in the next Title Update.
•Issue with Manual installation: the game uninstall window will launch when trying to re-install Title Update 1.4 manually. •Solution: do not try to manually install TU 1.4 twice.
•Taking your feedback into account, we have improved Compatibility, Performance, Stability, Graphics and more. •Global improvements in FPS for all configurations. •Fixes several stability issues that occurred during map loading. •God-Rays will no longer disappear. •Fixed several localization issues. •Fixed several issues that caused the display of Xbox 360 icons after a controller was disconnected.
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