Far Cry 3 patched as something called ‘Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon’ appears online

Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon

By on March 8, 2013 at 11:10 am

In case you missed it, patch 1.05 for Far Cry 3the one that lets you reset outposts, among other oft-requested things — was deployed yesterday. If you kick uPlay into life you should be able to get it download (or you can get it manually from our file library!), and it offers a number of options to convince you to go back for a second playthrough, including a ‘Master’ difficulty.

Meanwhile, something by the name of ‘Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon’ has surfaced in Brazil’s game classification system. What is it? Nobody is sure yet, but a quick-thinking NeoGAF member managed to preserve the artwork that briefly appeared on the XBLA listing.

Looks pretty retro, no? It may yet be some more DLC, or it may be something else — stay tuned.

Source: VG247

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Very retro looking…

 

Actually pretty happy about the resetting outposts option. I don’t want to play through the story again. Multiplayer doesn’t interest me. But I still want more. This is perfect.

 

Is the DX 11 thing fixed yet?

 

Coming soon to Mega Drive?

 
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