Far Cry 3 has just received a brand new patch, in the form of update 1.02, solving a variety of issues with its single-player and multiplayer modes, as well as fixing a crash when entering the Map Editor feature.
Far Cry 3 came out last week in Europe and is out today in North America for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.
The game already got a day-one patch and now it's received a new update on the PC platform, taking the game to version 1.02.
The new patch solves a variety of bugs encountered by players during the single-player mode, like when they fell through the world, some issues with the multiplayer mode's matchmaking system, as well as a crash when players entered the Map Editor.
You can check out all of the issues resolved by update 1.02 for Far Cry 3 in the list below, via the official website.
Fixed some issues with user-created maps when more than 8 players were playing them.
Improved matchmaking for both Multiplayer and Co-op modes.
Improved team balancing when playing in party.
Fixed issues with Live balancing patch system.
Fix for the Map Editor crash at launch when the PC user contains language-specific characters.
Fixed issue where players fall through the world when not connected to the Ubisoft servers.
Fixed the "View Leaderboard" and "Start Trial" buttons in the World Map.
Improved stability when quitting to desktop.
Fixed issue with leaderboards.
As of yet, Ubisoft hasn't revealed when or if the new update hits the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 versions of the game, but you can expect an official statement regarding these other patches soon enough.
Until then, PC owners of the game can download the patch right now from Softpedia or use the built-in updater that comes with the game.