Ubisoft Shares Big News, New Call-For-Help Feature & The Yeti Hunt, But Still No Words About The Console Version Update [VIDEO]By Emily Schultz
Ubisoft has finally released the latest update to its newly released open world tactical shooter game "Ghost Recon: Wildlands." The Title Update 3.5, which clocks in at a bit over 6GB, has brought a number of bug fixes and key features on board. However, the latest update will be limited to PC users only.
"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" has finally received its second Title Update 3.5, a PC-exclusive that brings a number of exciting features, including a key multiplayer feature. The latest update also brings a number of bug fixes that could make the game a much better, the PCGamer reported.
As for the bug fixes, the update has finally addressed and fixed an issue about the Weapon Fanatic achievement along with the issue about the 360 screenshot in Ansel. The latest patch also fixed the incorrect display resolution in Video Menu issue, using the ALT+TAB option. However, the game publisher has not made any further comment about when these fixes will be made to the console versions (PS4 and Xbox One).
The single and probably the highlight of the Title Update 3.5 is the ability to call for help or reinforcement when someone has been pinned down. In the "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" Forum, Ubisoft community manager Iker Azkarate said that players will now be able to call for backup or help while in a downed state, just like in the real battlefield. The new life-saving feature will provide relief or hope for those fallen players, putting an end to their miseries.
Meanwhile, Ubisoft has just confirmed the much talked Yeti. It also confirmed the Solo and Community Challenge. The news about the Yeti's existence started after one Reddit user updated to the game's Update 3.5, saying that his game was hit by a certain bug which confirmed the Yetis' existence.
The hunt for Yeti first started after the game publisher uploaded the Yeti Hunter cosmetic set but gave no further details about the uploaded materials. Since then, "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" players have been trying their best to track and hunt down the elusive Yeti. The uploaded image shows that players can hunt down Yetis during Season One's Week Six Big Game Challenge, PVP Live reported.
Ubisoft said that the Yeti Hunt will be made available during the Week 6 of the Season Challenges. The Title Update 3.5 is now live on PC users, interested players can now download it. But they need to restart their Steam or UPlay, to enable the auto-downloaded feature.
"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" is currently available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. For more about Update 3.5, check out the patch notes (via PVP Live).