Ad-Supported Far Cry Install Problem
Several weeks ago, I downloaded the free, ad-supported FarCry. I was able to install it and play it just fine. But today, when I tried to install it on my laptop, I got the "Sorry, you must live in the U.S. to play this title" dialog. The thing is, I do live in the U.S.
A bit later, I got the following e-mail message:
"Thank you for downloading one of the promotional PC titles made available for ad-supported freeplay over the Labor Day weekend. The promotion is now closed and it is no longer possible to play the games for free.
Well, I guess it is too bad that FarCry is no longer free to play. But if you already got it installed, it'll still work.
Apparently, now that the ad-period is over, you can continue to play your ad-supported Far Cry (if you installed it during the promotional period). And apparently, the advertisement no longer shows up.
I was also able to move the Far Cry install from the "Program Files" directory to my notebook without a problem. It runs on my notebook just fine. I burned it to a DVD, so that I can always play the ad-supported verion of Far Cry in the future.
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