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Wednesday, 12 December 2012 09:46

After Crysis 3, nothing left in current consoles

Written by David Stellmack

Crytek CEO claims there is not even 1% left

Cevat Yerli, CEO of Crytek, is not one to mess around. He believes that Crysis 3 will be the most technically accomplished game that has ever been released for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. In fact, he believes that most games are not even technically anywhere near Crysis 2.

While Yerli believes that the art is subjective, he says that he would put Crysis 3 against Halo and Gears of War any day; the level of detail is simply far superior to other titles. He believes Crysis 3 is raising the bar of what can be done on the current generation of consoles, but the PC version with DirectX 11 is still a few levels higher than what can be done on today’s console systems.

During comments at a press event in San Francisco, Yerli says that the cost of memory and processors will make it impossible for the next generations of consoles to make the impact that the current generation of consoles did. He believes that the focus of the next generation of consoles will not be on graphical horsepower.

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