Ubisoft just told us the company has released Patch 1.03 for Far Cry 2.

    One of the more interesting changes is that players now can play Rank matches on a selection of user maps.The file is a 60 MB exe-file you can download from here.

    Update: Here is the link to the Linux dedicated server software for Far Cry 2.

    This is the release notes:

    Single Player Fix some randomcrash occurring during specific Malariaattacks
    Fix health damage notfollowing the difficulty level when switching difficulty duringplayer’s walkthrough
    Fix some camera issue whenusing a mortar near a rockMultiplayerAdd the possibility toplay Rank matches on a selection of user maps
    Add deaths in scoreboard
    Balance current damagemodel
    Show VIP on Scoreboard(for your team only)
    Players can stay on thesame host for consecutive matches in Ranked match
    Add a Quick match buttonwhen selecting a map in the Map community
    Fix vehicles spawning ontheir initial position immediately after being destroyed by anexplosion
    Fix client beingdisconnected from the host randomly and not being able to see itafter that
    Fix death message does notappear randomly
    Fixsome issues when interacting with objects
    Fix bandolier doesn’talways unlock extra ammo
    Fix some bug when healinganother player and getting wounded at the same time
    Fix diamond gain in rankmode
    Fix players don’t get arequest to keep a map after playing on a IGE map
    DLC Fix some issues whenusing the crossbowDedicated serverAdd remote control Remove “shaky”interface
    Reduce approximately 80%of CPU usage
    Reduce approximately 50%of memory usageExtra featureAdd a”hardcore mode” that will provide a new damage model where allweapons do much more damage to increase realism.Manyof the new features were requested by members of the community and wewould like to thanks everyone for taking the time to communicate withus, we hope you will enjoy the improvements.

    Paul Younger
    Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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