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Ghost Recon: Future Soldier day-one patches released for PC

Thursday, 28th June 2012 04:00 GMT By Matt Williams

A day-one update has been released for the PC version of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, improving stability and balancing the game’s online multiplayer.

The patch notes state that the main changes featured in the update are improved stability in online multiplayer matches, improved voice chat quality for PCs running Windows Vista, and improved navigation through game’s menus. The update also includes the balances and adjustments from the day-one console update. These improvements include adjusted XP values, adjusted aim sensitivity, and equipment balances.

Players connected to the internet will be prompted to download the update by an auto-downloader upon launching the game. Alternatively, players can choose to update the game manually by installing two separate patches. The update weighs in at 385 MB.

It is unknown if the update address the mouse and WASD issues reported yesterday.

Thanks, Blue’s News.

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  1. ultramega

    No. It doesn’t fix the issues, unfortunately. The patch was developed before the issues were reported, or the game was released.

    #1 2 years ago