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Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Patches

The Ubisoft Forums now offers the promised follow-up to begin to address issues with the just-released PC edition of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, the military shooter sequel. This involves not one, but two day one patches, which are also available automatically and mirrored on AtomicGamer and The Patches Scrolls. Here are the patch notes:

Main changes:

  • Improved stability in online multiplayer matches;
  • Improved voice chat quality for PCs running Windows Vista;
  • Improved navigation through game’s menus.

The PC day-one update also includes the improvements from the latest title update for the console version:

  • Introduced 6-man party system in the multiplayer game mode;
  • Balanced several weapons (assault rifles, SMSGs, handguns, shotguns);
  • Balanced equipment (grenades, flash bang, EMP, stun guns, number of drones in match);
  • Adjusted aim sensitivity and quick scope;
  • Fixed map exploits;
  • Adjusted melee;
  • Adjusted XP values;
  • Several technical / network improvements.

The approximate size of this update is 385 MB.

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