Far Cry 4 Patch Hits Xbox One And Xbox 360, Fixes Random Crashes And Co-op Stability
Ubisoft has a new patch out for Far Cry 4, this time for Xbox owners. It holds several bug fixes for various issues players have found, many of which revolve around stopping the game from crashing.
The full patch notes for the new Xbox patch can be found over on Ubisoft's forums. It starts out by patching up various crashes and generally increasing the stability of the game's enhanced co-op mode. Players were having issues with host migrations and joining an in-progress co-op session, but this patch should take care of those problems.
Also fixed in the new patch for Xbox One and Xbox 360 were issues with the game's shop menu, subtitles and aiming while using the machine gun. The issues aren't quite as game-breaking as the ones that Ubisoft is currently having to deal with in the world of Assassin's Creed Unity, but it's still nice to see that the developers are interested in cleaning up their games post-launch.
Patches with similar fixes have already gone out to both PlayStation consoles and PC players.
In Far Cry 4, the player takes on the role of Ajay Ghale, a native of Kyrat who grew up in America. After returning to the Himalayan country to scatter his mother's ashes, Ajay is caught up in a civil war that his parents had helped start years ago. Much like in Far Cry 3, the player can spend his time wandering the lovely landscape, taking down militias with high-powered weapons and generally surviving the sometimes unforgiving Kyrat environment.
Far Cry 4 is now available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.