Crackdown 2 DLC gets re-release following crashing issues

By Johnny Cullen, Monday, 6 September 2010 13:27 GMT


Was your Crackdown 2 DLC a bit screwed last week? Not to fear, Ruffian’s sorted you out. Just download it again.

The Dundee-based studio has confirmed it has now fixed issues that plagued the release of the game’s Toy Box content last week.

The developer said problems included hiccups with the narrator’s voice, wonky Achievements and the game tending to “crash on loading”.

Apparently this was all “caused by problems mastering the DLC package,” and because of that, you need to re-download a newly-updated DLC pack instead of downloading a patch.

Thanks, Joystiq.

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