Far Cry 4: Day-One Patches Fix Various Issues, FOV Scaling Added

By   /   Nov 16, 2014

Ubisoft has announced two mandatory patches for the PC version of Far Cry 4 that will be released with the game’s launch.

According to the patch notes, the updates look to add the ability to change FOV scaling and NVIDIA GeForce Experience support. It additionally also brings various fixes to UI, controls, multi-monitor and multi-GPU issues.

It’s unknown how large these patches will be, but since they mostly contain fixes, it shouldn’t be that large.

Far Cry 4 Patch 1.2 Changelog

  • Added ability to change FOV scaling.
  • Added nVidia GeForce Experience support.
  • Fixed various controls issues
  • Fixed various Graphic issues
  • Fixed various IGE issues
  • Fixed various Multi-GPU issues
  • Fixed various Multi-Monitor issues
  • Fixed various UI issues
  • Playing a map from Map Browser two times now don’t trigger an Error.
  • Skills, Crafting and Progress Menu now cannot be accessed while playing a created map.

Far Cry 4 Patch 1.1 Changelog

  • Fixed crash in IGE.
  • Fixed an issue with incorrect characters in map naming.
  • Fixed screen tearing when performing a handgun takedown.
  • Fixed various controls issues
  • Fixed various Graphic issues
  • Fixed various IGE issues
  • Fixed various localization issues
  • Fixed various Multi-GPU issues
  • Fixed various Multi-Monitor issues
  • Fixed various multiplayer issues
  • Fixed various sound issues
  • Fixed various UI issues
  • Fixed various Uplay Actions issues
  • Fixed various Uplay Rewards issues
  • Saved maps from IGE and Downloaded now can be opened in the Editor from in-game.
  • Skills, Crafting and Progress Menu now cannot be accessed in Arena.
  • The game now boot if the game folder name contains Cyrillic characters.
  • The game now boot on Korean localization.

Far Cry 4 releases in a couple of days on November 18 for the PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.