Ghost Recon Wildlands Day One Patch Changelog, Vehicle Improvements, Fix Graphics Glitches, And More

Just ahead of its official release, Ghost Recon Wildlands had an open beta where users were required to offer their feedback and opinion about main gameplay features and systems. Those suggestions resulted in pretty important changes the developer Ubisoft Montreal was able to put into the complete game, which released yesterday.

Tom Clancy's Ghosts Recon Wildlands Day One Patch Info

Those changes were, of course, part of the day one patch, which you should have already downloaded or, in case you just grabbed a copy of Wildlands, you’ll be downloading in a matter of minutes after putting it into your console/PC. Anyway, this is the complete changelog, which mainly spans over stability tweaks and bug polishing.

1. PC version

A great number of improvements have been made to the PC version of Ghost Recon Wildlands since the Open Beta.

Some examples of fixed issues:

– Vehicle improvements

  • Ramming debug and improvements
  • Destruction debug
  • Handling still ongoing

Graphics glitches

  • Several multi-GPU graphical corruptions
  • Stability
  • Performance and graphic optimizations
  • Reduced crashes

Player experience:

  • Fluidity in game
  • Weapon optimizations
  • PC Control optimization
  • Anti-cheat protection optimization

2. Gameplay & Missions

We fixed various progression blockers and immersion breakers for our missions.

3. Co-op & Connectivity

Various co-op fixes regarding missions synchronization, replication, and online mechanics.

3. Player experience

We worked on several aspects in order to improve the player experience:

Vehicle improvements

  • Ramming debug and improvements
  • Destruction debug
  • handling still ongoing
  • Weapon optimizations
  • graphic glitches fixed

Some exposition adjustments were made in order to ensure clarity and ergonomics, specifically on:

  • Lobby
  • TacMap
  • Cartel OverviewWe also added pop-ups to document the player on the game progression.


We have kept working on improving the game’s stability through:

  • Various crash fixes
  • Performance improvements
  • Framerate improvement
  • Stream improvement
  • Memory optimization

Ghost Recon Wildlands is now available for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.