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Far Cry 3 patch 1.05 rolling out with outpost resets, Master difficulty

by Alice O'Connor, Mar 05, 2013 7:30am PST

Ubisoft has started rolling out patch 1.05 for Far Cry 3, bringing shiny new features including the promised option to reset outposts and the new 'Master' difficulty level. If the archipelago's feeling a little tired and fusty for you, huzzah, you can now explore new and exciting ways to kill men.

The patch hit PC yesterday, arrived on Xbox 360 this morning, and will venture onto PlayStation 3 tomorrow. The online servers will go down as Ubi deploys the patch, from 5:30-8:30am Pacific.

The patch notes explain that Master brings "adjustment to player health values and AI behavior to make it more difficult than the current difficulty levels." If you're looking to reset the outposts, respawning the enemies and giving them control so you can retake them all, the option for that is in the gameplay menu.

Patch 1.05 also brings a spread of fixes to both single-player and multiplayer, along with features including beta tests for multiplayer maps, more feedback options for multiplayer map ratings, and team balancing and matchmaking improvements for parties. The patch is essentially the same on PC and consoles, but do check out the full notes for more. You can download the patch here.





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