Vivendi and Monolith have released a new patch for make-you-own-set-piece FPS F.E.A.R., which rocks in at 120MB but apparently doesn't fix more than a few localised issues. Hrm.

Aha! The key to its size is actually the inclusion of a new multiplayer map, and some pre-patching preparation for the release of the SDK and mod tools.

The new map's called Asylum, and frankly that's all we know about it at this point, other than it's a FEAR multiplayer map, which we've already said.

You can download it from Vivendi's website or, you know, a different one.

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