Crytek has just published an interactive trailer for Crysis 3 on Youtube. The trailer is nearly 19 minutes long and lets you interact with it. You can check out the video below.
The interactivity in the trailer is basically a way for Crytek to show how you can approach your enemies and tackle the situation. Keep in mind that you can always reverse the trailer to see how other actions might affect the situation.
Crysis 3 is currently scheduled for release on February 2013. The highly anticipated shooter will be released simultaneously on Xbox 360, PC and PlayStation 3.
Check out the trailer below for fresh new details on the gameplay.
The New Crysis 3 Game
So, we now have new images showcasing what the new CryEngine 3 engine can do and now we can see how the long anticipated Crysis 3 gameplay looks.
And if we’re talking about the way it looks, it becomes very hard for us to describe it. One word we can use to describe it is incredible.
Seeing these images we cannot help but wonder how important the release of a new gaming consoles generation really us and we are talking about the new XBox and new Playstation 3.
The changes made in Crysis 3 are based exclusively on DirectX 11 and the differences are absolutely stunning. It is pretty clear that DirectX 11 was not use to it’s full potential until now and we fear that his decision has been made in order for new generation games to be compatible with the current generation of gaming consoles.
Every gamer knows that the Crysis game was a pain for every computer, no matter how advanced it was and this is a new question we failed to get an answer to: what will be the recommended system requirements to play Crysis 3 ? We are talking about the requirements of a system to be able to full the game at Full HD resolution.
As we mentioned above CryEngine 3 ( Crysis 3 ) comes with DirectX 11 support, Top Secret Tessellated Toad Tech, real time volumetric cloud shadows and many other kick-ass technologies, and to put it bluntly the results can be spotted even by a child who doesn’t know how to read.