Watch Dogs 2 New PC Update Improves AMD Crossfire Systems Stability And More

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Dec 3, 2016
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Watch Dogs 2, the recently released open world game developed by Ubisoft, has recently received a new update on PC which brings a variety of tweaks and fixes that should improve the experience for most players.

Among the changes included in the Watch Dogs 2 update are improved stability for AMD Crossfire systems, and a variety of fixes for online play.

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Improved stability on AMD Crossfire systems – This patch fixes instability on Crossfire systems (AMD dual GPU systems).

Fixed Donut NPCs Glitch – After downloading this patch, PC players will no longer see hilarious hordes of Donut people roaming the streets. Only a regular number of Donut people should now be seen on the streets.

This patch also has the same fixes as the latest console patch:

Online Performance

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[Performance] Game Crashing – This patch will have various crash fixes for a smoother gameplay experience.

[Online & Multiplayer] Seamless Online – Players should now experience improved reliability of seamless online and matchmaking through the Multiplayer App.

[Multiplayer] Activity Frequency – This patch fixes the issue of the cooldown resetting after a player dies while being the target of a hack during Online Invasions. Players should now experience regular cooldown times and a normal frequency of getting hacked during their gameplay.

[Online Invasions] Target Detecting Hackers through walls using NetHack – Some players reported being able to detect Hackers through walls using NetHack during Online Invasions. This bug is fixed in this patch.

Watch Dogs 2 is now available in all regions on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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