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Far Cry 3 Delayed

Ubisoft announces a delay for Far Cry 3, saying the first-person shooter sequel is now due for PCs and consoles on November 29th in EMEA territories and on December 4th in the U.S. "We're taking more time to create the best possible gameplay experience," said Dan Hay, producer at Ubisoft. "Far Cry 3 is a huge offering and we want every element of this insane, action-packed adventure to be of the highest possible quality for the players." Prior to this setback, the game was expected in September.

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43. Re: Far Cry 3 Delayed Jun 26, 2012, 07:19 Dades
 
Axis wrote on Jun 25, 2012, 20:24:
So you were one of the nubs using a keyboard in QWTF crying "CHEATERS!!" while I was mouse hunting you over and over...
And you sound like a complete moron when you disregard XP. Newsflash genius - it's STILL the best system for gaming on. 11 processes, 140m pf usage. I'll bet your Vista/7 system has a minimum of 30 processes running on bootup, most of which you don't even know what they do, all of which you had no hand in optimizing.

Grow up butthurt boy, don't get all defensive about your lack of dissecting facts - it only makes you look more stupid.

You're arguing with a guy who bolds system specs in his signature, it's a waste of time. If you want to run XP then you don't need to justify it to someone else, it's a perfectly valid and officially supported choice even to this day. It might not be a year from now but it certainly was when Far Cry 2 was released.

Google is your friend, use it. Try "far cry 2 mouse problems" and shut the hell up about 'my lies'.

Far Cry 2 had some known mouse issues using the DirectX 10 renderer but most were only apparent in the menu system. This was likely a combination of that and some driver problems, I remember reading the same things about laggy and floaty cursor issues on the forums. If you had stuck with DirectX9 and XP you probably would have been fine, no need to dual boot.

This comment was edited on Jun 26, 2012, 07:43.
 
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