Friday, November 03, 2006
Crysis Delayed To April 2007
The highly anticipated PC shooter Crysis has been delayed to April 2007, EA revealed during an investor conference this week. Originally scheduled for a Q4 2006 release, Crysis was going to be the first major PC title using DirectX 10, resulting in stunning visuals. EA said Crysis would be released in the 12 moths after this fiscal year, making April 2007 the earliest possible release date. Another title has also been delayed to April 2007, EA’s PS3 and Xbox360 action game Army of Two.
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