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.
Ozzie Mejia posted a new article, 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.
Wonder if it strips out the old E3 code...