Ubisoft has released the second major title update for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, an update which addresses issues with virtually every part of the game and also introduces some minor quality of life improvements.
The update is pretty substantial, clocking in at just under 3 GB on consoles, and rounding up to about 5 GB in size for PC. You can read the full patch notes courtesy of this post from Ubisoft, but some brief highlights include the following:
● Players can now permanently mute all vehicle radios.
● You can choose which vehicle type gets dropped in when using the “Drop Vehicle” Rebel skill.
● You can also choose which type of intel you collect when interacting with NPC’s and files while the HUD elements are turned off.
● A new HUD indicator shows when an XP booster is active.
If you’re enjoying your time with Ghost Recon Wildlands, the full patch notes are definitely worth scrolling through, especially since the second title update affects virtually every part of the game.
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