YouGamers is reporting that Crysis is set for release on November 16 of this year. A multiplayer beta will apparently be available soon, as well.
Primed to exploit DirectX 10 hardware, Crysis was also designed to be an "enjoyable experience" on systems that are two to three years old. The game will join a crowded lineup of fall first-person shooter releases that includes Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, Half-Life 2: Episode 2, Team Fortress 2, and Unreal Tournament 3.
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