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Crysis patched to 1.2

C4 no longer sticks to water. Phew!

Crytek has issued a new patch for its PC first-person shooter Crysis fixing all sorts of niggly little issues and rebalancing a few things to boot.

Patch 1.2 can be applied directly to virgin Crysis or damaged-goods 1.1 Crysis, and clogs memory leaks to do with FSAA modes, procedural vegetation and destructible objects as well as some other things.

These include tweaks to multiplayer, mod support and weapon, AI and vehicle balance.

Among the highlights: waterfalls can now be viewed from underwater, the grenade launcher projectile is no longer invisible, and C4 can no longer stick to the surface of water.

You can check out the full changelog and find some download links over on Crymod.com.

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