The Wii U version of Splinter Cell: Blacklist has received a patch that has fixed a number of issues raised following the title’s release.
The patch released by Ubisoft appears to target a wide range of issues with the Wii U version of the game, with a large portion of the fixes focusing on the game’s “Spies vs. Mercs” multiplayer feature.
A full list of the fixes, made available on Ubisoft’s official site for the title, can be found below:
- Fix timer and progress bar for Daily Challenges
- Fix misc. issues with Gone Dark challenges
- Fix misc. issues with guards shooting sticky camera and not engaging search behavior
- Fix Nouri not following Sam in rare conditions in Private Estate mission
- Fix animation glitch when sliding down a ladder and immediately throwing a grenade
- Fix mission preview image not updating when cycling through different missions in the settings
Spies vs Mercs
- Extraction: Fix Intel stuck on weapon when a client is dropping it twice in a row
- Extraction: Fix potential exploit where an ammo box placed in front of the Intel drop crate would allow to skip the “securing the intel” animation
- Fix not being able to invite more people to Private Match after playing a match in a mode where the maximum number of players is lower than the maximum number of players for the new mode
- Fix Drone Hunter points not awarded when blowing up the drone with certain gadgets
- Fix waypoint staying red when Pandora settings are ON and a hacker has been killed
- Fix accessing an empty menu when trying to view the Customization Screen or match Settings right when the countdown reaches 0
- Fix general host migration issues
- Fix rare cases of Spies falling out of maps
- Fix spawning with no weapon and unable to shoot when pushing the stick forward during the character selection screen until the match starts
Have you been playing Splinter Cell: Blacklist on the Wii U, and if so what are your thoughts on Ubisoft’s latest fix for the game? Be sure to let us know in the comments below.
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