Watch_Dogs 2 – New PC patch adds compatibility with MSI Afterburner

Ubisoft has released a new patch for the PC version of Watch_Dogs 2. According to the release notes, this patch adds compatibility with MSI Afterburner, improves the integration of EasyAntiCheat, and includes some bug and crash fixes.

In addition, this update fixes issues where Xbox One controllers were not being recognized properly via Bluetooth, and adds Mexican Spanish for Steam players in Latin America.

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

Watch_Dogs 2 – Patch Changelog:

  • Updates to EasyAntiCheat integration o Adds compatibility with MSI Afterburner (Guru3d RTSS v6.5.1, v6.5.0, v6.4.0, v6.2.0):
    – Fixes [Crash on launch] EAC / DotLocal DLL error message issue
    – Improves known issue [Multiplayer] Anti-cheat Software / Not Enabled. If you are still experiencing this issue, please review the FAQ
    – Other compatibility improvements
  • Mexican Spanish available for Steam players in Latin America
  • Fixes [Steam] [Extra Content] Missing Content / Twitch, an issue that prevented Steam players who received the Twitch Prime bundle to see it as installed in-game.
  • Fixes [Bug / Glitch] Full Gallery] known issue where players with Windows accounts with non-ASCII characters were seeing problems
  • Fixes [Crash on launch] Disc Error / Steam issue – General stability improvements during gameplay (e.g. fixed a rare crash when firing a weapon)
  • Fixes issues where Xbox One controllers were not being recognized properly via Bluetooth

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