Intel releases new, free missions for Far Cry 2

Written by Joe Martin

December 9, 2008 // 12:06 p.m.

Tags: #far-cry-2 #farcry-2 #far-cry-2-maps #far-cry-2-patch #game-on #intel #mods #the-american #the-morrocan #ubisoft

Intel has sponsored the release of two new new free-to-play missions for the PC version of Far Cry 2 as part of its on-going Game On! campaign.

The missions, called The Morrocan and The American both fit snugly into the main game and sit within the whole Jackal-hunting plot.

The Morrocan is the first mission of the pair and sees the player venturing over to an abandoned Foreign Legion fort in Leboa=Sako territory. There you hope to find an old man with information on where you can continue your hunt for merciless gun-runner, The Jackal.

The second mission, The American, only unlocks when the first one is completed and sees you tracking down your predecessor in the northern mountain ranges surrounding the Dogon village with the hope that they can put you into contact with a new informant who has crucial data about The Jackal.

Both missions are totally free to play and can be downloaded in the latest patch over at Intel's Game On! site. Whether these missions will ever work their way over to consoles as part of a free or premium DLC isn't clear yet, but seems doubtful.

If you've not played Far Cry 2 yet then you can check out our extensive graphics analysis and Far Cry 2 PC review for more information on the game and how it might handle on your system. Also be sure to check out the Far Cry 2 PlayStation 3 mod we recently gave away - it's stunning!

Which is better; the original Far Cry (which is now available for free) or Ubisoft's entirely seperate game Far Cry 2? Let us know what you think in the forums.

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