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Crytek CEO promises Crysis 3 will melt down PCs

Posted on Friday, August 17 2012 @ 19:43:40 CEST by


Despite Crytek's claims about its commitment to the PC platform, Crysis 2 didn't turn out as good as expected by PC gamers, but now Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli promises that Crysis 3 will push PC gamers' rigs like the first one did.
We all know the next line, "will it run Crysis", was the first comment on most threads, reviews, and websites when a new GPU was launched, it looks like Crysis 3 could do this yet again. Yerli even comments, saying "that joke will be resurrected again with Crysis 3, I'm quite sure about that. There are brutal expectations around the PC version of Crysis 3. So this time we promise to melt down PCs."

I'm disappointed, because I feel like we've heard it all before. Crysis tells us how PC will be looked after, then releases Crysis 2 in DX9-only, with a DX11 patch afterwards. Even then, it didn't look all that great, considering how Crysis launched and virtually blew every other game engine out of the water. The original Crysis also launched in DX10, which was strange that its sequel years later, launched in DX9. This is because Crytek switched from developing for PC only, to multi-platform to cater for those juicy console sales.


Source: TweakTown





 



 

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