EA has alerted us that a new patch is out for Command & Conquer Red Alert 3
. The patch, version 1.05, features a DRM De-authorization tool and a map builder as well as some bug fixes and balancing fixes. At least there's something to help you move your copy of Red Alert 3
to another computer but I think they should do away with the DRM in any case or choose a better one. SecuROM's not one of mine or anyone's favorite.
COMMAND & CONQUER RED ALERT 3 PATCH 1.05 AVAILABLE NOW
First Major Patch Includes Easy-to-Use DRM De-Authorization Tool, Powerful WorldBuilder Map Editor, Balancing and Bug Fixes
The first major patch for EALA’s Command & Conquer Red Alert 3 is available for download now. Patch 1.05 is mainly focused on giving players two tools the Command & Conquer community has been asking for:
* DRM De-authorization Tool: This easy-to-use tool allows gamers to de-authorize previously authenticated machines so they ultimately have the freedom to play Red Alert 3 on an unlimited number of PCs.
* WorldBuilder: The powerful map making tool gives players full creative control and all the tools they will need to make the ultimate Red Alert 3 skirmish or multiplayer map.
The patch also includes technical bug fixes and balancing fixes across all three of the game’s factions. For a full list of notes and to download the patch, please visit www.commandandconquer.com.
Command & Conquer Red Alert 3 is available in stores now for the PC and Xbox 360, featuring the real-time strategy genre’s fully co-operative campaign, groundbreaking naval warfare and the series’ trademark live-action movie sequences, Red Alert 3 also features the largest and most talented cast in the history of video games including Jenny McCarthy, George Takei, Tim Curry, J.K. Simmons, Randy Couture, Gina Carano, Autumn Reeser, Kelly Hu and Gemma Atkinson. For more information, please visit www.commandandconquer.com, www.redalert3.com and www.conquerthislife.com.