Crysis 3 appears to be on the way. Though we've yet to see a proper announcement, GameSpot reports that a listing for the game appeared and then disappeared from EA's Origin website. The site even caught a screenshot of the flub.
The game, titled Crysis 3 Limited Edition, was listed for $49.99 as a direct download for the PC. If you think the "3" in the title was just a typo, think again—the box art showed a nanosuit-clad soldier drawing a bow with Crysis 3 stamped in red characters above him. GameSpot says the art hints at a return to an "urban setting," as well, but I can't really tell—the image is pretty small and blurry.
That's not all. After seeking a comment from EA, GameSpot received a statement from the company teasing even more details. "The best kept secret in shooters just can't be contained," says the statement. "Stay tuned for more information on April 16." Ooh...
I guess we'll have to stay tuned. I'm surprised this sequel is breaking cover so soon, though. Crysis 2 is only just a year old, and the previous title in the series, Crysis Warhead, came out way back in September 2008. Oh well; at least a PC version looks to be in the cards.
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