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Crysis 2 Be The Weapon Trailer

Crysis 2 Be The Weapon Trailer - Upon watching the Crysis 2 Be The Weapon trailer it’s easy to imagine the Nanosuit 2 akin to G.I.Joe’s suit in the movie that helped accentuate the user’s natural ability. Like that suit, this one can speed up the player, make them jump higher than imagined and gives them unparalleled strength. Indeed one shot of the Crysis 2 Be The Weapon trailer shows the player shoving a car backwards as easily as kicking over a chair.

There are high hopes for Crysis 2 and EA have delayed the game a little to allow further refining as well as giving it breathing space from Call of Duty: Black Ops. However with Black Ops on the PC and PS3 being plagued by bugs, poor frame rates and connection issues it seems EA could have released Crysis 2 earlier and it might have stood up to or even surpassed Activision’s juggernaut.

Crysis 2 Be The Weapon Trailer

The Crysis 2 Be The Weapon trailer shows how hard Crytek have worked on the graphics for the game. The previous Crysis set a benchmark in FPS games and it’s likely that they will push the boat out once again. Crysis 2 has a release date of late March 2011 and will also be coming to Xbox 360 and PS3, though after watching the Crysis 2 Be The Weapon trailer it seems the best experience is likely to be fond on high-end PCs.

Crysis 2 Be The Weapon Trailer

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