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Crysis 3 Multiplayer Introduction Video
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Default Crysis 3 Multiplayer Introduction Video - 10-10-2012, 07:18 | posts: 28,941 | Location: Guru3D testlab

n this Crysis 3 video, Producer Mike Read explains some of the new gameplay elements introduced to the Multiplayer of Crysis 3. Tactically adapt to any combat scenario with the stealth and armor abili...

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Default 10-10-2012, 07:27 | posts: 7,604 | Location: Sunny Scotland

Crash site FTW, Oh i don't think i'll even bother with BO2 now.
hitman, FarCry, then one of the most amazing looking pc games ever made -It's gonna use more than 2gb vram at 1080 i'm calling it, easy needing x2 680s - or one OCed 780, though it needing x2 780s would be the most amazing of course.
i wonder if that's even possible - Crysis3 needing x2 780s - that space will be for starwars1313 or Watch dogs i hope - doubtful GTA5.
sorry for getting of course, crytek do make some lovely lookin' titles though, wonder what happened to euro version of warface?
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