Watch Dogs patch fixes corrupt saves, progression-breaking bugs

Watch Dogs is getting a new patch to fix some corrupt save issues, along with a number of PC-specific fixes and improvements.


Some Watch Dogs players may have found themselves stuck in the grid at some point during their playthrough. A major bug had been floating around since launch that prevented players from loading their save files, forcing them to start from scratch. Weeks later, a new patch is beginning to surface, which fixes this and a slate of other issues.

The patch, which will repair broken save files, is available now on PS4 and PS3. The PC version will be ready later this week, while a deployment date for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 versions has not yet been issued.

On top of fixing a number of progression-breaking bugs, the patch will also add a number of PC-specific fixes. The include graphical glitches on Low & Medium settings, crashes, and unspecified "performance improvements." These improvements more than likely don't involve turning on those gorgeous E3 2012 graphics, unfortunately.

The full list of fixes can be found on the Ubisoft forums. (via Polygon)

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