The latest patch for “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End” is now live on the PlayStation 4.
With a 227 MB download size, the update aims to fix crashes, improving skill matching for single player mode, and even adding Madagascar City back into the playlist rotation. The announcement was made through the game’s official website. The list of changes is separated into multiplayer and single player modes.
For multiplayer mode, fans can expect a more flawless experience as issues causing Leaderboards to tally the incorrect score and minute date have been fixed. This, however, resets all boards except the Ranked Team Deathmatch, whose glitches were already addresses in the previous update.
On top of that, bugs involving Path of Indra not working while using Legacy Controls as well as causing players to suddenly teleport out of the map has also been looked on.
Other bugs and glitches fixed involved: the issue of loss of control occurring when picking up the idol immediately after it had been thrown, where dropping from an edge could cause the character to get stuck in collision, where players get stuck in a loading screen after matchmaking fails, where the Lobby list overlaps with the Loadout Edit menu during matchmaking, and when the Lobby list wouldn’t appear after accepting an invite from the Loadout, Customization or Store menus.
Contrary to multiplayer updates, the single player mode on has fewer changes with just the credits being updates, as well as correcting a snag that does not allow players to properly save updates to their profile date.
Game developer Naughty Dog is also committed to continue providing support for “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End” with a website specially designated for users to report any other problems that they may experience while playing. Users can head here for any other feedback, suggestions or reports with regard to the title.