Wednesday, April 11th 2012

Crysis 3 Pre-Orders Spotted with Leaked Banner

Rock, Paper, Shotgun stumbled across the German site Neogaf which leaked pre-order screens and a banner depicting the Crysis nanosuit with a bow and arrow. Which seems sort of incongruous to the nanosuit, but maybe the Strength mode will enable us to shoot arrows that fly for over 20 miles. The leaked screens show the game on Origin listed at $49.99. No other details are known at this time.


Source: Rock, Paper, Shotgun
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55 Comments on Crysis 3 Pre-Orders Spotted with Leaked Banner

#3
Mistral
Turok! Just mod in alien dinos.
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#4
TheMailMan78
Big Member
I miss Turok (N64 version). They need to remake the original with the frostbite 2 engine.
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#5
digibucc
i was extremely disappointed with the most recent turok. i was extremely disappointed with the most recent crysis too...
but i'd give turok another shot :) Crysis 3 ads already? leaked or not, without admitting they screwed us over with 2? no thanks.
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TheMailMan78
Big Member
by: digibucc
i was extremely disappointed with the most recent turok. i was extremely disappointed with the most recent crysis too...
but i'd give turok another shot :) Crysis 3 ads already? leaked or not, without admitting they screwed us over with 2? no thanks.
Just think of the N64 version with fancy BF3 graphics. Hell even the Unreal 3 engine would be sick!.....however it would need more save points. lol
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#7
Per Hansson
So, with Crysis 1 we got a PC exclusive and DX10 graphics on launch day.
With Crysis 2 we got a console port with DX9 graphics
Following this logic will they make Cryis 3 work on the original Xbox?
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#8
ZoneDymo
by: Mistral
Turok! Just mod in alien dinos.
YES YES YES
Brilliant :)
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#9
XNine
CaseLabs Rep
Ugh.... Can you imagine how terribad this one will be?

"We've taken Crysis 3 to the next level, With DX9, AGAIN! Please wait four months for a patch for for DX11. Screw all you PC gamers that bought the original and made us successful. Thank you."

Bah@Crytek
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#10
RejZoR
I'm not going to pre-order the 3rd one. Did such mistake with Crysis 2 which i greatly regretted. Stupid Crytek screwed me big time. What i got was an average shooter with crappy graphics (DX9 garbage clearly wasn't the DX11 that we all anticipated and were promised to get it). Not to mention idiotic bugs that they fixed after 2 months!

Have started playing it in DX11 again (after the patches) but never finished it. Playing something that you already know just isn't the same as the first time.
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#11
raptori
no way cities again :shadedshu
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#12
Shihabyooo
No explosive tips ? bummer... But I'm guessing that thing will be lethal with stealth mode in Multiplayer
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#13
Solaris17
Creator Solaris Utility DVD
I will only pre order this if i know in advance the theme song to the entire game is "All along the watch tower" and you start off with the bow.
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#14
ERazer
arrow in the knee from 20 miles away yay!

just a fail in my books
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#15
Flibolito
by: TheMailMan78
I miss Turok (N64 version). They need to remake the original with the frostbite 2 engine.
omg genius. that game hooked me on fps.


as for crysis maybe this time hi-res textures and dx11 will be DLC. lol
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#17
Vulpesveritas
Look at the bright side of a bow- it's even more silent than a pistol with a silencer so you can use it without it even nudging your cloak.
Or so I'd think.

Invisible arrow to the knee?
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#18
RejZoR
by: raptori
no way cities again :shadedshu
City would be perfectly fine if there was the overall feel of the invasion. Crysis 2 had none of it. Where were constant mass city fights between invaders and Earth forces? Distant explosions and other sounds of combat? Rebels and guerrilla fighters once the army would be defeated- Yes, there were few of these but then the whole thing just stopped and turned into single player almighty god suited guy on the streets.
Pathetic humans ranting in subways but not doing anything to fight back.

Seriously, how hard is it to make Call of Duty 1 and 2 feel positioned in near future with aliens?
Clearly, the biggest problem of most games is that adults make them which clearly lack any kind of decent imagination.

I just want a game where you feel the proper pressure of the invaders, dark and morbid atmosphere and the feel of mankind fighting back for real. It's not that hard, you just need to have some imagination. Same reason why Call of Duty was such boom at the time. They managed to capture the "small cog in a massive war machine" feel no other game managed to capture before. Where you felt as if you were just a tiny part of the whole thing. And that made it unique and special. I want that in Crysis 3.
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#20
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
I only want it for the story. I actually thought Crysis 2 was pretty good.
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#23
lilhasselhoffer
Thank you EA.

Not only have you screwed up Crysis 2's coming (yes, I regret pre-ordering that steaming pile of mediocrity); given the Mass Effect fans a giant middle finger twice over (bad endings+"free" dlc to "explain" the bad endings); been named the worst company in America; and tried to use a "flood" of anti-gay e-mails to get the public relations under control, but you're now telling us there is no way you will consider any setting other than New York.


What happened to "this is going on all over the planet, and you've only managed to stop one of them?" Where is the suspense? Do you really find yourselves so creatively bankrupt that the only way to make people feel attachment to a setting is by throwing in a national land mark? Color me disappointed.


Hopefully this game will redeem the second, but I'm not holding my breath. The taint of EA reeks on this one, and I cannot see how it will be able to escape the inevitable...
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#24
Vulpesveritas
by: lilhasselhoffer
Thank you EA.

Not only have you screwed up Crysis 2's coming (yes, I regret pre-ordering that steaming pile of mediocrity); given the Mass Effect fans a giant middle finger twice over (bad endings+"free" dlc to "explain" the bad endings); been named the worst company in America; and tried to use a "flood" of anti-gay e-mails to get the public relations under control, but you're now telling us there is no way you will consider any setting other than New York.


What happened to "this is going on all over the planet, and you've only managed to stop one of them?" Where is the suspense? Do you really find yourselves so creatively bankrupt that the only way to make people feel attachment to a setting is by throwing in a national land mark? Color me disappointed.


Hopefully this game will redeem the second, but I'm not holding my breath. The taint of EA reeks on this one, and I cannot see how it will be able to escape the inevitable...
I don't see where it says it will be New York again, I only see a city background.
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