VG247: EA reckons Crysis 2 might be one of the biggest games of 2010. EA might well be right, and for more than one reason. While the title is obviously spectacular on a tech level, as proven in a first trailer and initial gameplay showing last week, Crytek's convinced it'll set a new benchmark in games-based storytelling, showing seriousness of intentions by hiring celebrated sci-fi author Richard Morgan to pen the plot. Narrative is a major concern in Crysis 2's development; we figured it deserved its own interview.
While we got the chance to speak to Crytek boss Cevat Yerli immediately after the game's New York reveal last week, we were gifted another session with the exec the following day. The first interview was held in a packed room and focused more on the shooter sequel's most immediate aspects, but the second chat took place in a quiet hotel lobby and dwelt on story only.