Far Cry 4 has one of the best single-player experiences of 2014 and there is a multiplayer part of the game as well. Players have been busy with the action it has to offer and a good portion of it takes place on user generated maps.
User generated maps is one of the most popular Far Cry 4 features but it does lack in one aspect. User generated maps lack co-op play and fans have been asking to include its support for a while.
Ubisoft confirmed a few days ago that a new patch is coming, that will add the support of co-op play in user generated maps. The news was revealed by Ubisoft’s Alex Hutchinson on Twitter. However, fans will be disappointed to know that the patch has been delayed and won’t be coming out by the “end of this week” as mentioned before.
Alex Hutchinson was once again the source and according to him, the patch is taking a little longer than expected but their team is working on it. Hutchinson assured fans that this patch is “coming soon.”
In addition to co-op support, the upcoming patch is expected to deal with some known issues and bring a number of improvements to the game.
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