Watch_Dogs – First Official PC Patch Detailed

Ubisoft has revealed the changelog for the first official PC patch that will go live in the coming days. According to the changelog, this update fixes some crashes on SLI configurations, fixes graphical glitches on Low & Medium settings, and brings several performance improvements. This patch will also be available on all other versions (without obviously the PC specific fixes/additions/improvements). You can view the complete changelog after the jump. Kudos to our reader ‘[Chaotic]’ for informing us!

Watch_Dogs – First Patch Changelog:

• Automatically reconstructed corrupted save files which prevented loading to go further than 90%. Some collectibles may remain unrecoverable.
• Fixed the issue preventing players from using hacks in game.

• Fixed several mission-breaking bugs.
• Fixed minor mission and item-related issues.
• Fixed the issue that caused the empty weapon-wheel.

• Fixed several minor respawn issues.
• Fixed some connection and session joining issues.

• Fixed graphical glitches on Low & Medium settings.
• Fixed some crashes on SLI configurations.
• Implemented several performance improvements.
• Implemented a few control improvements.
• Fixed issues causing infinite messaging and timing-out when trying to access the Online Shop from the Extras Menu while Uplay is set to Offline mode.
• Fixed issues connecting to a Multiplayer game.
• Implemented several mouse modifications.
• Fixed “Drinking Game” control issue where wrong information was displayed when played with a gamepad.
• Fixed “Chess Game” control issue.
• Fixed bug where the invasion setting was never saved.
• Fixed graphical issues during cut scenes and cinematics.
• Fixed several graphical and texture bugs.
• Removed Vista OS check to prevent false positives.
• Added game version in main menu.

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