Far Cry 5 title update fixes crashes, corruption and connectivity

No more traitorous Hurk, too.

A title update has been released for Far Cry 5 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 aimed at various fixes for issues plaguing the game.

The update aims to fix a number of crashes, causes for save corruptions, as well as improving the co-op connectivity.

Other good news includes improvements to map download efficiency and various ‘gameplay issues’ in Arcade mode, and a fix to stop Hurk from blowing up the player when in a helicopter (thanks Hurk, we appreciate it).

Here are the full patch notes:

Far Cry 5 Title Update 4 patch notes

  • Fixed low occurrence crashes and walkthrough breaks
  • Additional quality bug fixes
  • Fixed low occurrence save corruption

Companion, Enemy, & Animal AI

  • Fixed low repro AI issues

Design & Mission Progression

  • Fixed issues preventing silver bar purchase
  • Fixed minor bugs

Gameplay & UI

  • Fixed minor bugs

Co-op and Online

  • Improved co-op connectivity
  • Fixed low occurrence co-op specific walkthrough breaks
  • Fixed voice communication issue where players could be permanently muted
  • Hurk was blowing up the client player when in a helicopter, fixed that.

Far Cry Arcade

  • Improved map download efficiency
  • Fixed various Arcade gameplay issues
  • Fixed issue where map textures would be extremely low
  • Improved PVP matchmaking
  • Fixed lobby loadout selection and map selection issues

Map Editor

  • Fixed issue with Arcade Editor crashes
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