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First video in 7 Wonders series for Crysis 3 released

Posted: 13.12.2012 by JonahFalcon

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Crytek has released the first video in what they call the "7 Wonders" series for Crysis 3; the video is called "Hell of a Town".

Crysis 3 dated for Feb 19 release in North America, Feb 22 for Europe

Posted: 07.12.2012 by Nakerman

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It's not even 2013 yet and already there's plenty of games to get excited about. You might want to add Crysis 3 to that list. Crytek founder Cevat Yerli announced the title will launch on February 19th in North America and Feb 22nd in Europe.

Crysis 3 a "dramatic" conclusion to Prophet, next Crysis "much more radical"

Posted: 13.11.2012 by Technet2k

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Developer Crytek reveals that they already have plans in mind for the next Crysis after Crysis 3, but it won't be called 'Crysis 4' as "it would be misleading," given that Prophet's story concludes.

Calling it '4' would "imply the story just moves on," but it doesn't. The studio is looking into something "much more radical and new" for the future of the franchise; no pre-production yet.

Crytek reveal new Crysis 3 multiplayer elements in video

Posted: 09.10.2012 by Technet2k

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Developer Crytek has released a new trailer that explores some of the new multiplayer features and elements coming with Crysis 3. Producer Mike Read narrates the gameplay walkthrough.

12 players are supported on the consoles versions, compared to 16 on PC. The new Hunter mode is revealed, and Crash Site. They also describe a "dynamically generated" NYC map with stats.

Crytek release new CryEngine 3 tech trailer featuring Crysis 3

Posted: 10.08.2012 by Technet2k

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A new tech demo trailer for Crytek's CryEngine 3 has been launched by the studio with the focus on the in-game world of Crysis 3. It focuses a lot on nature like butterflies and foliage.

It uses big techy words but thankfully gives us a rather big clue as to what they're talking about. Want to see a leaping toad with full tessellation? Of course you do, it was stupid of me to ask.