You know how the Crysis demo was supposed to be delayed until tomorrow? Well, as it turns out, Crytek and EA have decided released the demo one day "early," effectively un-postponing it. The demo is available on FileShack, and it will eventually go up on Nvidia's Nzone website, as well.
As we explained earlier, the demo includes "Contact," the first level from the full game's single-player campaign. Crytek has also tossed in its Sandbox 2 in-game editor, giving modders a chance to sharpen their mod-sticks before the full game comes out on November 16.
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