Wednesday, October 17, 2012

New Attachments Discovered for the Scar

Muzzle Break


Sniper Scope

Source: Crysis 3 Choose your style trailer (No Narrative)

Yeah it's a Nanosuit but, What's it made of?

                                  Check out this blog that has some very interesting pictures detailing what the Nanosuit is actually composed of. The pictures also reveal some insight into the Crysis universe.

Source: envydream blog

Thursday, October 11, 2012

New Crysis 3 Screenshots!

Click the link to check out some new screenshots from the Crysis 3: Multiplayer Introduction Trailer.
Source: Softpedia

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

New Auto Armor Mode in Crysis 3!

                     I was watching a video and recently discovered that Crysis 3 has a module called
"Auto Armor" that "automatically activates armor mode", cool!

Source: Youtube

Monday, October 8, 2012

Inside Crytek Interviews


excerpt from Crytek Blog:

We’re back for another round of Inside Crytek: our very own interview series which features different members of the Crytek team. First you can get up close and personal with them, and afterwards you get to ask the questions!
To submit your own questions to this week’s interviewee, simply post them under the link to the article on our Facebook pageGFACECrydev, or MyCrysisWe will then forward the best and most original questions, and next week the answers will be posted online.
Today's interview features Nick Button-Brown. Nick is from Liverpool, United Kingdom and has been at Crytek since 2009 – originally starting as a partner in 2003. He has previously worked for EA (9 years) and Eidos, and is the General Manager of Games, meaning he manages the development of Crytek games across all our studios.
Follow Nick on twitter: @nickbuttonbrown 

Why did you want to work in the games industry and how did you get started?
I loved playing as I was growing up, had drifted away from... Read more at Crytek Blog

Monday, October 1, 2012

Sprint is unlimited in Crysis 3!

                       Watch this video guys because it reveals some great details about the hunter and crash site
game modes. The most interesting things are that there will be separate energy bars for stealth and armor so stealth will only drain when you are in stealth and armor will only drain when you're in armor mode, awesome! The coolest thing is that the guy in the video says sprint will have a separate power source and be unlimited but I'm wondering how that will work, will we be able to run around as fast as possible as long as we want? Doesn't seem like a good thing to me, sprint should be limited to offer balanced play.

Source: Just Push Start


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