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Monday, 12 November 2007 12:21

EA Starts pre-loading Crysis

Written by David Stellmack

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Still locked until release day


EA’s electronic distribution “Download Manager” has started to download Crysis for those who have already pre-ordered the title. The title checks in at an incredible 5.5GB download for those who opt to purchase through EA’s electronic distribution method.

If you pre-order via EA’s electronic distribution you will get 24-hour access to the single player demo before anyone else has it, an unlockable vehicle, Prima Crysis strategy guide, Digital Art Asset Disk, and two exclusive Crysis themed wallpapers. EA is calling this the Crysis “Nanopack” and is pricing this at US$49.95 for digital distribution.

As far as we know, Crysis is still set for launch on the 13th of November and will be available in standard edition for US$49.95 and a collectors’ edition for US$59.95 on retailer shelves. The retail version of the game will ship in the DVD ROM format only and will be rated “M” for mature.

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