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Crytek says all future Crysis games will be in 3D

Posted on Sunday, August 15 2010 @ 20:32:37 CEST by

Crytek CEO Cervat Yerli revealed all future titles in the Crysis universe will be playable in 3D. The game developer will introduce 3D support with Crysis 2 and believes that 3D technology will conquer the market once the first affordable 3DTVs arrive.
"Crysis on consoles for us is pretty much taking the ground that Crysis games will be 3D now and in the future," he said. "Console gamers haven't seen [the original] Crysis yet and when we launch Crysis 2 it's kind of like a re-launch of the franchise. We want to make sure people associate the Crysis brand with 3D gaming in the future.

"But we also want to make sure that it's for a reason - we want to turn the TV as well as the monitor in to a window into a new world. Once people play in 3D the way we've demonstrated, I don't think you'll want to not play in 3D ever again."


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Re: Crytek says all future Crysis games will be in 3D
by Anonymous on Sunday, August 15 2010 @ 22:56:02 CEST
I'm happy for higher resolution, higher color bit depths and 120hz refreshes, but the 3D angle of the industry, both in TV's and in monitors is just not for me.
I'm worried, much like the housing bubble, that a whole lot of research and money is pouring into 3D and it won't really attract much of an audience. Variations on 3D visuals have been around since the 60's and they've never taken off with audiences. What really makes the R&D folks think it suddenly will now?


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