Far Cry bug fix officially added 13 years after release
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Bugs are a common nuisance in any piece of software and video games are no exception. Developers try to find them all before release but bugs are known to make it out. Some are even created in the attempt to fix other existing bugs, like the "tent AI bug."
Now in the case of Far Cry, a game released as far back as 2004, one would think that all the game's woes had been fixed years ago. Apparently not. The game was known to have a number of bugs, some of which the game's community of modders fixed themselves. For this bug however, there was never an official fix from the developers or merchants that have sold the game since.
The bug was introduced in update 1.4 and causes enemies to shoot through tents which made the whole idea of using them for cover quite frustrating. It was later fixed by modder FarOutCry.
GOG is a digital distribution platform for video games and has quite a selection of classics, Far Cry included. FarOutCry reached out to them regarding this bug and the company has since applied a hotfix to solve the problem.
This means that players who purchase the game from GOG will no longer have a need to apply FarOutCry's fix. As of June 3, GOG was the only retailer to sell a fixed version.
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