The patch fixes lots of bugs, including one where a player could become dismembered while still alive.
After three years, CCP's online shooter will come to an end later this year; "The years have caught up with us," said the developer.
Intel opened its first European plant to use the advanced 0.25 micron production process, and said it would convert an existing plant. "Fab 14," based in Leixlip, Ireland, will make advanced Pentium II, Xeon, and Celeron processors. The fab cost $1.3 billion to build and equip. Fab 10, located on the same Dublin-area site, will convert next year. The Santa-Clara, California, company has three 0.25 micron fabs in the the United States and has shipped the majority of 0.25 micron chips in the marketplace.
Intel will build an advanced logic wafer fabrication plant in Fort Worth, Texas, and an assembly/test plant in San Jose, Costa Rica. The Fort Worth site will cost $1.3 billion, open by 1999, and employ 800 workers. The Costa Rica site will cost $300 million, open in 1998, and employ 2,000 people. Intel also broke ground on its assembly/test plant in Shanghai, China, which had been announced last year.