Ghost Recon: Wildlands Update Is out Now, Fixes Multiple Bugs

Ghost Recon: Wildlands second patch is out now for PS4 and Xbox One, this patch was released a day earlier for the PC users. It is the second biggest update since the game’s launch in March 2017.

The biggest change this patch will include is that the radios will be turned off by default, and you will get to choose what type of vehicle will spawn when you use the drop vehicle skill.

For the PC users who are left handed you will also get special treatment and will be able to remap the End, Home, Insert, Page up, Page down and Delete keys. So now you can have all of your essential functions right where you want them.

Ubisoft the publisher of Ghost Recon: Wildlands stated that in order to play co-op  both players must run the same version of the game. So keep that in mind.

This patch would be around 5GB on PC and just 3GB on consoles, consoles users get an advantage on the size here, finally.

To see all of the improvements related to this patch click here.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands launched a few week ago and received a mixed review by critics. We personally gave it an average score of 7.5 out of 10 since we were not too impressed by its story.

But we are not the only ones to view it as such, another critic Miguel Concepcion called the game

“a middlingly safe tactical shooter and a slightly wasted opportunity.”

But lets not be too harsh on it, since Ghost Recon: Wildlands is still a pretty decent shooting game, its gameplay and graphics are almost a 7 out of 10 but the fact now a days is that decent is just not enough, Ubisoft needs to up its game if it wishes to stand strong in the market.

What do you think about Ghost Recon: Wildlands? How useful is this update? Tell us in the comments below.