Crytek has released a new update for Crysis 3. This new patch will update your game’s version to 1.3 and comes with AMD feature updates for Eyefinity, DBT and HD3D support, anti-cheat improvements, as well as various improvements regarding the SLI performance issues. This patch will be auto-downloaded from Origin, and you can view its complete changelog below.
Crysis 3 PC Update 1.3 Changelog:
Multiplatform -Reduction in bandwidth usage -Fixed issue where other player’s weapons may not be visible when joining the game -The “Scout” perk now saves progress correctly -Fix for rip & throw items occasionally entering a state where players cannot interact with them -Fix for Relay not capturing correct if the carrier is within the cap zone when the friendly relay is returned -End of round audio now works correctly -Fix for nanovisor becoming locked in some cases -Fixed crashes/freezes of the game after the boss fight (some save games still might not be functioning 100% so a restart of the last level might be required) -Fixed issue with boss not being triggered correctly and thus not appearing at all (some save games still might not be functioning 100% so a restart of the last level might be required) -Fixed extended magazine attachment of the SCAR to not lose 10 clips anymore after each death of the player -Fixed secret email not unlocking properly after collecting all Intel in the levels -Fix for after match award dogtags failing to unlock
PC Exclusive -Option to turn off squad & clan support when balancing -Anti cheat improvements -Ability to customize ADS sensitivity through console commands -Fixes for weapon customization when bound to a non-default key -Fix for vsync not applying on first boot of the game (even if on in menus) -Fix drawnear fov being reset every player spawn -AMD feature updates for Eyefinity, DBT and HD3D support -Improvements made regarding the SLI performance issues -Additional Fix for Limit number of muted DX debug runtime error to bare minimum to help tracking issues early
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