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The power of CryEngine 3 showcased in new video

by Steven Williamson on 7 March 2011, 15:27

Tags: Crytek

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At the Game Developer's Conference last week, Crytek showed off a demonstation of its powerful game engine CryEngine 3. That footage has now been made publically available.

Eleven new games are said to be currently in development using CryEngine 3, and of course there's not long to wait before the first game to use the engine arrives at the end of March, in the form of Crysis 2.

Taking a dig at Epic Games, who also used the conference to showcase the power of its next-generation Unreal Engine, Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli told CVG that Epic's engine "would struggle to power Crysis 2."

This better be good then...



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Very impressive but, to put it in context, I would need to know the hardware spec used to run it?
Thats all very well and good, but considering they announced Crysis 2 will ship for pc with dx9 only, and that dx11 features would be patched in later…. well I'd trust epic to include all the graphics finery they promise in a release, whereas crytek will show you that tech demo and then ship a dirty console port….
looks good!!
actually will this PC i bought from Build Your Box be able to play crysis 2 on decent settings cause i know the first game took a mega PC when it first came out

Processor:
Intel CPU Core i5 2300 ‘Sandy Bridge’ @ 2.8 GHz x 4 cores
Motherboard:
Asus P8P67 Intel P67 ‘B3 revision’
RAM:
4GB Corsair XMS3 DDR3 1600MHz dual channel RAM
Graphics card:
Nvidia Geforce GTX 560Ti 1GB
Hard drive:
500GB Hybrid SATA II Seagate Momentus XT
Optical drive:
DVD Rewriter
PSU:
650 watt silent 80+ effeciency Modular PSU
Case:
Xigmatek Midgard Mid Tower Case
OS:
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
This is all well and good, but needing a nuclear reactor in your house.

Only the very recent cards can even play that at 1920x1080 @ 60 fps


Valve have a far better idea