Far Cry 2 and CC Red Alert PC gone gold
Ubisoft just announced that Far Cry 2, the open-world shooter, is done and dusted and off to manufacture. All versions ship on October 24 in Europe and October 21 in the US. Developed this time around by Ubisoft Montreal--the PC original was crafted by Crytek--Far Cry 2 will hit PS3 and Xbox 360 at $60, with the PC version coming in at $50. Additionally, those that pre-order the PC version through Valve's digital distribution platform Steam will receive $5 off.
There's a report PCGames.de translated from the French Ubisoft Shop suggesting the shooter sequel will use the much reviled SecuROM for copy protection
In other news, EA Command and Conquer Red Alert 3, the RTS sequel with something for everyone, has gone gold and is on schedule for its October 28 launch on PC. The promised Xbox 360 version of the alternate-history strategy game is still in the works and will take a little longer. It arrives on November 11.
Far Cry 2 patch v1.01 - 11/06/2008 10:55 AM
Ubisoft released the first patch for Far Cry 2, bringing their first-person shooter sequel to version 1.01. The game will update itself automatically upon launch. Multiplayer Server's IP address now ...
New ATI hotfix driver for Far Cry 2 and Stalker Clear Sky - 10/29/2008 05:44 PM
ATI released an updated hotfix to address the following issues: Far Cry 2 - fixes image quality issue that was introduced in the preview Far Cry 2 hotfix release posted last week Stalker Clear Sky - ...
Download: Far Cry 2 Widescreen Fix - 10/27/2008 02:53 AM
If you are somehow bothered by a reported widescreen FOV issue recently identified in Far Cry 2. Far Cry 2 is actually a cropped version of the 4:3 video, reminiscent of a similar problem, or design d...
NVIDIA AIBs start to bundle Far Cry 2 - 10/24/2008 08:36 AM
According to a press release
Far Cry 2 VGA performance article updated - 10/23/2008 09:58 AM
Yesterday's Far Cry 2 VGA performance article was quite a success and very well appreciated by you guys. The game really is extremely popular. I've done some minor updates to this article. First of...