Crysis 2 will feature 3D support, according to a report from USA Today.
The paper confirms that even the multiplayer for the shooter, being handled by Crytek UK/Free Radical, will even support the tech, which will be across all three platforms it’s releasing on: PC, Xbox 360, PS3.
“The success of 3-D movies like Avatar and the introduction of 3-D TVs from the hardware manufacturers tells us that this is the next big movement in entertainment, much like HD was years ago,” Crytek boss Cevat Yerli told the publication.
“For games especially, 3-D gives gamers an increased level of immersion, which can enhance an intense experience like Crysis 2.”
Both versions of the game in 2D and 3D will feature the same content, so nothing has been included or cut to state otherwise.
USA Today also confirmed that SOCOM 4 would be another title in Sony’s efforts to support the tech alongside Killzone 3, which was already confirmed to support it.
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