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Monday, 28 March 2011 09:19

Crytek continues updates

Written by David Stellmack
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PC version of Crysis 2 gets more fixes
Crytek continues to address a number of issues that have caused problems for players of the PC version of Crysis 2. While we continue to hear of issues with PC users that are having problems activating Crysis 2 on the PC, the latest update does not seem to fix this issue; however, the work around of re-entering your multiplayer key from within the game does seem to work for many.

The latest patch addresses the USB headset issues with some brands. The most drastic of the updates addresses the auto-aim complaints by removing the feature completely. Crytek claims that the decision was made to remove auto-aim by the overwhelming feedback from players. New cheat detection has been put in place to level the playing field, according to Crytek.

Many issues with the servers and server browsers have been addressed and fixed. This includes the server browser displaying incorrect ping information, joining matches that never start, speed improvements to text-based chat support, and the console has been re-enabled.

While the release of the PC version of Crysis 2 has been a bit bumpy, the game continues to get stronger as the patches have been released to address various issues. With the latest patch we think the title is now currently very playable.


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