Splinter Cell: Blacklist Wii U patch deploys


We’ve been enjoying Splinter Cell: Blacklist since it launched a few weeks ago, although sadly bugs have hampered the experience on Wii U.

Thankfully Ubisoft have been working hard to fix as many as they possibly can, the result of which has seen them push a patch live. Notes provided by the third-party publisher are as follows:

* 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

Single player
* 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

Comments 2
  1. The patch made the game play much worse. My Wii U has frozen over 100 times and I have to get up and push the power button to power down…can thhis damage my console?

    1. Hi Sean,

      Sorry to hear that, I need to download the patch myself to see whether it’s similar for me. Unsure as to how badly forcing a power down affects the Wii U, but I’d recommend getting in touch with Nintendo support directly.

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