Watch out for exclusive news on Crysis 2 including system requirements, benchmarks and more
For the DVD issue of the upcoming German print magazine PC Games Hardware 04/2011 (on the shelves: March the 2nd), the editors of PC Games Hardware played through Crysis 2 in Crytek's HQ. They reveal the system requirements as well as technical and gameplay details. The result: an exclusive booklet with 16 pages.
As premium content, PC Games Hardware delivers an exclusive booklet about Crysis 2 within the upcoming DVD issue of PCGH 04/2011. Two editors, two high-end gaming PCs and enough time: At Crytek's HQ in Frankfurt, Germay PCGH played through Crysis 2 covering all details about the story written by Richard Morgan, the visual presentation, the gameplay, the nanosuit 2.0 features, the levels, the weapons and much more. PCGH 04/2011 will be released on March 2nd in DACH (German-speaking Europe including Austria and Switzerland). Limited to production-related matters you'll find the booklet only within the DVD version.
In detail: Content of the Crysis 2 booklet
The booklet features 16 pages about Crysis 2 issues: First how they played, second what they played and third how they perceived the game. How many missions, weapons and nanosuit modules are included, how many hours of playing time the gamers can expect in singleplayer mode? And what about multiplayer: how many maps, game modes, dog tags, ranks, classes or killstreaks does Crysis 2 to provide? After that, they go in-depth and relate to some story details, missions and gameplay, too - e.g. what kind of HUD you can estimate in Crysis 2, where will the missions take place and which moments are most exiting and heart-beating? To top of this, both editors introduce their favorite mission on a single page.
Of course you can as well expect some very cool details about Crytek's amazing Cryengine 3, the technology behind Crysis 2. Will the visual features also be cutting edges like seen before in Crysis or will the graphic be limited by the console technology? Furthermore they show exclusive ingame screenshots, the official not yet announced system requirements for all presets like "Hardcore" details and also benchmarks with Crytek's 3D technology SSRS (Screen Space Re-Projection Stereo). Additionally they talk about DirectX 11 and present a few stunning visual highlights of Crysis 2. Concluding the booklet it finishes with a Face-off between Crysis and Crysis 2, followed by the personal opinion of both editors who played through Crysis 2.