Indepth Crysis Demo Performance Analysis

Posted: Oct 29 2007, 6:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:33am CDT, in News | Technology News


Indepth Crysis Demo Performance Analysis
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As reported the demo of Crysis is now available for download. Techspot analyst the first person shooter game developed exclusively for the PC by Crytek.

Quote: "The demo offers PC gamers a quick look at what will possibly be the most advanced FPS ever created, you just have to swallow the huge 1.8GB download first. I'm sure many will agree that the demo is well worth the download though, offering the entire first level of the game which represents "roughly 45 minutes" of pure gameplay. We are going to see how the various mid-range and high-end graphics cards handle this new and exciting first person shooter. There will also be some brief visual quality comparisons along with some CPU scaling and DX9 vs. DX10 performance charts. The single-player demo supports both DX10 and DX9 rendering in Vista while Windows XP users are limited to DX9. While the game has been said to include 64-bit support, the demo can only be run in 32-bit mode, so there are no 32-bit vs. 64-bit comparisons just yet."
Read the full report on Techspot. See also our early Crysis hands-on report from E3.

Crysis will start shipping on November 13th from for $49.99. A Collector's edition of Crysis is selling for $59.99.

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