EA has released a second patch for Command & Conquer 3, which addresses a number of critical technical hiccups relating to the patching process and lobby system.

It brings the game up to version 1.0.2, following Wednesday's update that tackled some exploits and balance issues. A further addition is expected imminently to fix a few multiplayer problems.

All you have to do is storm over to the game's website and download the appropriate file for your country, unless you want to add some spice and play it in Spanish or something.

Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars is the third game that plans to take the world renowned series back to its roots. It rekindles those giddying FMV sequences, featuring actors such as Michael "Sam Fisher" Ironside, to compliment its heady dose of RTS mayhem.

It was released on PC today, and is expected on 360 later in the year.

So, who will prevail this time, Nod or GDI? Pop over to our C&C 3 review to find out.

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What, so the first two were just arguments?

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By accident. Still: C&C4!

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Five new battlefields.