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PC gamer, WorthPlaying EIC, globe-trotting couch potato, patriot, '80s headbanger, movie watcher, music lover, foodie and man in black -- squirrel!

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C&C Renegade New Update Patch Available NOW

by Rainier on April 17, 2002 @ 11:24 p.m. PDT

Westwood just released the new patches for Command & Conquer Renegade, upgrading the English, German, French, Chinese, Japanese and Korean version of their recently released 3D action game to v1.030. They add several airborne units, two new maps (specifically made for the new additions), and several other tweak and changes. Read more for detailed list and links where to grab these puppies (they are 17mb each).

Get the english patch off the Worthplaying server

Get the English, French, Chinese, Japanese and Korean off the Westwood server

Version 1.030 changes
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- Two maps and flying vehicles have been added to the game. Flying units are only available on the maps that support flying vehicles: walls air and city air.

Flying vehicle controls

  • Jump to go up: default is (Spacebar)
  • Crouch to move down: default is (c)
  • Hold down Ctrl key while pressing (a) or (d) to strafe
  • Fixed a bug where the harvester lost its pathfinding information and could be found driving into walls.
  • Fixed a problem with flickering meshes on ATI cards.
  • Fixed a number of chat bugs on Westwood online.
  • Added support for the mod community.
  • Multiplay hosting: The host can now choose a Mod package as the multiplayer game.

Note that you cannot host a laddered game using a Mod package.

  • Includes several performance enhancements that should remove occasional stuttering and pauses.
  • Added support to hosting via GameSpy. The host now has the ability to kick, ban and set up passworded games. At console type "kick" or "ban" followed by their nickname

For the admins there is also a new Win32 dedicated server (54mb)

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