Previously, Ubisoft announced that Ghost Recon Wildlands would be receiving a massive update, which is second for the game. Apparently, the patch is already out on the PC bringing lots of new changes to the existing features.
VG247 said that players can now turn the radios off by default. Additionally, the newest Ghost Recon Wildlands patch allows players to select their desired type of vehicle to spawn through a rebel skill called Drop Vehicle.
Meanwhile, for those players who preferred to play with a hidden HUD can now choose the type of Intel they want to gather upon interacting with the files and NPC. The development team of the game said that they had worked on all aspects of the game starting from the gameplay content to the connectivity and stability tweaks.
The known XP farming glitch in Rebellion Rising mission that causes intrusion with the co-op experience has now been fixed. Furthermore, the game's update 2 also applied the various bug fixes and tweaks regarding the weapon and trophy packs unlocking. The Charactersmith model issue where it was not positioned correctly has been fixed.
Similar to the past updates, player in-game is required to restart the game to apply the new patch. It is for them to play co-op since players need to have a similar version of the game to use the mode. On the other hand, Ghost Recon Wildlands Update 2 will arrive on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 23. The file sizes of the patch are 5GB and 3GB for PC and Consoles respectively.
Lastly, all the particular fixes and improvements on the PC version is located at the end of the patch notes. However, it is interesting to note that keys such as Home, Delete, Insert, Page Up and Page Down can now be remapped.
Ghost Recon Wildlands is now available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.