Crysis 3 is the third main installment of the Crysis series, and a sequel to the 2011 video game Crysis 2, and will run on the CryEngine 3 game engine.

In an interview with AusGamers, Crytek‘s CEO Cevat Yerli said Crysis 3 Will “Melt PCs Down,” and promised that the game will look good on the consoles, it will revive the old “can it run Crysis?” question for PC.

Crytek: Crysis 3 Will "Melt PCs Down" 1

“Honestly, we will push the PC to its limit… to its boundaries,” Cevat Yerli said. “The idea is that PCs will be next-gen gaming, consoles will be current-gen maximising it. We can’t deliver next-gen perse on current-gen; we already did that with Crysis 2, you know. So it’s going to be maximising the current generation on consoles, and giving you a glimpse of next-gen — or what it means in a visual, and a simulation, and a richness of a world — on a PC.

“We will definitely make sure that Crysis 3 will resurrect the question again “Can it run Crysis 3?” and we will melt PCs down,” he said with a laugh.

Previously, Crytek said: “Crysis 3 Will Push Xbox 360/PS3 To Their Limits, PC Will Be Clearly Ahead” and it’ll get extra goodies.

Crysis 3 will launch in February for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.


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