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Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli said today that the upcoming future game consoles won't be able to surpass a current high-end gaming PC in terms of its hardware and performance.
Crytek and Electronic Arts will launch an open multiplayer beta test for the upcoming first person shooter Crysis 3 for the PC and other platforms starting on January 29th.
The official Crysis 3 website has revealed the minimal, recommended and high performance PC system requirements for the upcoming sci-fi shooter sequel from Crytek and EA, with no Windows XP support.
Developer Crytek is already thinking about the next game in the Crysis series after Crysis 3 is released in February 2013, but it won't be a direct continuation of the sci-fi shooter series.
A new trailer for Crysis 3 has surfaced from the folks at Crytek and EA, and it shows off the beautiful CryEngine 3 alongside some of the features you can expect in the multiplayer component
Even though the Xbox 360 and PS3 don't have DX11-compatible hardware, Crysis 3 developer Crytek is claiming its upcoming shooter will have DirectX 11-quality graphics on the two consoles.
Crytek and EA have released the full reveal trailer for Crysis 3, showing off in-engine gameplay from the first person shooter sequel that's due out in spring 2013.
Crytek employees are answering fan questions on Twitter, revealing Crysis 3 will be similar to the original's non-linear gameplay and have new anti-aliasing options.
As promised, Crytek and EA have announced plans to release the first person shooter sequel Crysis 3 in spring 2013. Pre-orders for the game are already being taken for early unlocks of content.
Electronic Arts has admitted that Crysis 3 is in the works and will officially be announced April 16th, after images of the game's box cover were leaked to the Internet today.