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Wednesday, 03 October 2007 19:31

Crysis single player demo is DX10

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Multiplayer beta is DX9


We got a confirmation that Crysis beta multiplayer is actually a version for Windows XP and therefore supports only DirectX 9. A few sources have confirmed that if you want to see the real thing than you will have to wait for a single player demo or the final game.


EA and Crytek together with Nvidia as this is one of the key The Way Its Meant To be Played games have a few secrets for the last minute and some things that will be featured in the final game will included some effects that will be seen for the first time in the game.


It will be fun to see it and we simply hope that it will look even better but even the demo we've played back at January 2007 was really impressive.

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