Crysis 3 Summary
Chris Capel checks out the PC version of the Most Graphics winner for this month.
And the exodus continues. Crysis 3 and Ryse Producer Mike Read has left Crytek, following graphics engine designerand Homefront producer out the door.
The new was first revealed on Read's, but he's also update page to reflect his new circumstances. Not a good month for Crytek.
Crytek's Crysis series is now packaged together in a single bundle edition called Crysis Trilogy. From the very humble island beginnings, to the twisted and fractured New York City jungle crammed full of aliens.
So that means Crysis, Crysis: Warhead, Crysis 2 Maximum Edition, Crysis 3 Digital Deluxe Edition and Crysis 3: Lost Island Expansion are now available as a single purchase for £34.99.
A report from PCGamesHardware, a German language PC gaming site, has revealed that Crytek's Crysis 3 had flopped badly in Germany, which is also the developer's base of operations, selling a mere 100K units.
Major Nelson has confirmed an earlier report that open world zombie game State of Decay will be coming the 5th June. The site also revealed that Tomb Raider, MLB 2K13 and Lego Batman 2: DC Superheroes will be available the 4th June digitally on Xbox on Demand, while the Hitman Contracts and Silent Assassin HD Double Pack arrives on the 11th June.
The rumored downloadable content for Crysis 3 has been confirmed by Crytek. The Lost Island DLC will featur four new maps, new weapons, and two new modes called Frenzy and Possession. The DLC will be released on the 4th June 4 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC for 1200 Microsoft Points ($14.99 USD).