Crysis returns to its abusive roots
Subject: General Tech | March 14, 2013 - 01:57 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: gaming, Crysis 3
While the actual content of the game might not live up to the original the hardware requirements certainly do, [H]ard|OCP reports that "no single-GPU video card tested today able to play it at the highest in-game settings at 2560x1600". For those gaming at a mere 1080p you will be able to max out settings on AMD or NVIDIA's top single GPU cards. It is not just about the resolution, this iteration of CryEngine features four different anti-aliasing technologies to choose from, each with their own benefits and costs. Check out [H]'s review to see the screenshots of the various settings as well as estimating the kind of performance your system can achieve.
"We have a full-look at Crysis 3 with the new patch that just released. We take it through its paces on eight GPU configurations. We find out what's playable, how it performs apples-to-apples. We look at all the AA modes compared in performance and image quality, and we find out if this game is a step forward for PC gaming, or a step backward."
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