Far Cry 5 update 4 adds co-op and stability improvements

Far Cry 5 update 4 adds co-op and stability improvements
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Far Cry 5 has received a new patch today on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One, with Ubisoft mostly targeting the game’s cooperative and online elements with a fresh wave of bug fixes.

Apart from general stability improvements for the critically acclaimed title, which sees you rummaging through dog poop as an actual mission objective, Far Cry 5 update 4 adds improved connectivity for co-op, as well as ironing out bugs that saw players muted and Hurk blowing up the client player while in his chopper. Gotta love Hurk.

Meanwhile, Far Cry Arcade has seen improved matchmaking for PvP, faster map download times, and removing instances of low quality textures from appearing. There’s a few more interesting additions too, which you can see in the patch notes on the official forums.

Far Cry 5 was released on March 27, and in case you missed it was not only a pretty solid game but also did pretty damn well to boot. In fact, reports claim that the open-world sequel sold nearly five million copies in just one week. Blimey.