Ubisoft has released a new patch for Far Cry 3 on the PC that aims to fix some of the issues still lingering in the multiplayer and online portions of the game. The patch will improve matchmaking in both cooperative and competitive and fix the map editor so it won’t crash upon being booted up among other things. Here is the full list of fixes in patch 1.02.
Single player fixes:
Fixed issue where players fall through the world when not connected to the Ubisoft servers.
Fixed the “View Leaderboard” and “Start Trial” buttons in the World Map.
Improved stability when quitting to desktop.
Fixed issue with leaderboards.
Fixed some issues with user created maps when more than 8 players were playing them.
Improved matchmaking for both Multiplayer and Co-op modes.
Improved team balancing when playing in party.
Fixed issues with Live balancing patch system.
Fix for the Map Editor crash at launch when the PC user contains language-specific characters.
Far Cry 3 released this past Tuesday for the Playstation 3 , PC and Xbox 360. Check out our review for the game here to see what all the hype is about.