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New maps hit Command & Conquer 4


6:37 PM on 04.29.2010
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EA's Command & Conquer 4 now offers just a tad more content. The crew behind the new-fangled RTS recently busted out Patch 1.03, adding three new 5v5-ready multiplayer maps on top of several bug fixes. Those curious about the maps need look no further than our gallery, which has pretty little top-down pictures of each of the three maps: Capital Coup, Disputed Depot, and Bridge to Nowhere.

As to what was fixed? We haven't the slightest idea. According to the game's official blog, it "addresses a number of minor bug fixes." The update will auto load into the game once you elect to patch it, so if you're not busy later, feel free to tell us what was squashed.

New maps hit Command & Conquer 4 photo
New maps hit Command & Conquer 4 photo





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