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Sick of not being able to play Ghost Recon: Future Soldier because of a game breaking bug? Well Ubisoft has heeded your cries and pledged to have a fix out as soon as possible.

The bug in question relates to an input issue that prevents the game from recognizing a keyboard and mouse, which is pretty bad in a PC game, rendering it unplayable. This isn’t the only problem that players have encountered, complaints have rolled in regarding limited screen resolution support, frame rate caps, random crashes, and connection issues, just to name a few.

Ubisoft marketing manager Antoine Emond has opened a handy thread on the game’s official forums for players to post their complaints to. He has vowed that the team will address as many issues as possible and reminded players that fixes are already in the works for some of them.

Most of these issues are forgivable, but not being able to play a PC game using a mouse and keyboard is just ridiculous.

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Ghost Recon: Future Soldier PC Fixes in the Works

Sick of not being able to play Ghost Recon: Future Soldier because of a game breaking bug? Well Ubisoft has heeded your cries and pledged to have a fix out as soon as possible.

By Matthew Bennett | 06/27/2012 11:44 AM PT

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Sick of not being able to play Ghost Recon: Future Soldier because of a game breaking bug? Well Ubisoft has heeded your cries and pledged to have a fix out as soon as possible.

The bug in question relates to an input issue that prevents the game from recognizing a keyboard and mouse, which is pretty bad in a PC game, rendering it unplayable. This isn’t the only problem that players have encountered, complaints have rolled in regarding limited screen resolution support, frame rate caps, random crashes, and connection issues, just to name a few.

Ubisoft marketing manager Antoine Emond has opened a handy thread on the game’s official forums for players to post their complaints to. He has vowed that the team will address as many issues as possible and reminded players that fixes are already in the works for some of them.

Most of these issues are forgivable, but not being able to play a PC game using a mouse and keyboard is just ridiculous.

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About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89