Sat, Mar 26, 2011 | 19:20 GMT
Patch for Crysis 2 PC released, removes the auto-aim system
Crytek has released a patch for Cysis 2 in PC, which fixes a few bugs and other issues based on player feedback.
Here’s what is included in the patch notes, via BigDownload:
- Server Browser shows incorrect pings – Fixed
- Some matches never initiate – Fixed
- Faster text chat – As speedy as can be
- Console re-enabled – Console has been re-activated
- Cheat detection – Now in place to ensure all users are on a level playing field
- Fix USB headset issues – Current issues have been addressed and fixed
- Fix hologram icon staying on screen after being used – Fixed
- Remove Auto Aim – This has now been completely removed due to overwhelming community feedback
On Thursday, Crytek posted a workaround for Crysis 2 PC owners experiencing issues with the game’s multiplayer key. Some users who try to input the key were met with an error message stating that the key was already in use. A patch is in the works to fix this issue.
However, other players are experiencing other sign-in problems, which also lock players out of PC multiplayer.
According to PC Gamer (thanks, DSB), player are finding that in order to play multiplayer they have to log in with a MyCrysis account. The problem, is that the system isn’t recognizing log-in details with folks having to create and use new email address to get around the issue.
The same issue affected the Crysis 2 demo, which saw a patched released for it within a week. Crytek has not noted whether a patch for MyCrysis login issues is in the works yet or not.
To keep yourself up-to-date on patches and known issues, be sure to check out the MyCrysis page.