Crytek has postponed the release of its Crysis demo for the second time. Originally meant to hit download sites on the day of the Halo 3 launch, the demo was fist postponed until today, and now Shacknews reports that the public demo release has been rescheduled for tomorrow. However, Shacknews adds that folks who pre-ordered Crysis from the EA store will be able to premiere the demo today still.
EA announced back in August that the demo will allow users to play through "Contact," the first level of Crysis' single-player campaign. Crytek later revealed, that the single-player demo will also be bundled with its CryEngine 2 - Sandbox 2 game editor, which will give modders an opportunity to start familiarizing themselves with the Crysis development tools.
Nvidia tells us the Crysis public demo will be available for download tomorrow from its nZone website. The demo will likely be up over at FileShack, as well. And as a reminder, the full game is scheduled to hit stores on November 16 in North America and Europe. Aussies and New Zealanders will get the game one day early, on November 15.
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