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Submitted by DirtyMike 1197d ago | news

Sniper Ghost Warrior 2: 3D Enable On Ps3 W/ Cryengine 3

The original Sniper Ghost Warrior was an impressive game. Now that the sequel is on the roster, City Interactive has plans to take the game in a new direction; a direction that has the graphics and physic engine seeing a huge upgrade. Sniper Ghost Warrior 2 is utilizing the most advanced version of Crytek’s Cryengine 3. (Cryengine 3, Crytek, PC, PS3, Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2, Xbox 360)

AusRogo  +   1197d ago
Sweet. Hoping the 3d looks good.
morganfell  +   1197d ago
The past two outing have been very good. I have Crysis 1 and 2 on the PS3 (repurchased 1 as I already had the PC version) and both versions are well implemented.
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krisq  +   1197d ago
Great news!
Bullet cams will look sweet in 3D!
Skate-AK  +   1197d ago
I want to see some PS3 gameplay. I have seen some really good looking videos but I have a feeling they were all PC.

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