PS3-Sense writes: " During an interview told Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli that the PlayStation 3 is a big test to test the maximum for the PlayStation 3.
After Electronic Art's E3 press conference, which confirmed that Crytek is working on a new Crysis game for consoles, Yerli confirmed that Crysis 2 during hardware tests on the PlayStation 3 achieved the most out of the PlayStation 3's hardware.
Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli: "The interesting thing is we did run a performance analysis on the PS3 devkit, and you know the funny thing is the occupation on all the CPUs, the Cell and the GPUs, is pretty much – the needle is at the limit,"
With the question of which gameconsole is better for the new game Crysis 2, he answered neutral, according to him both platforms have their strengths and weaknesses.
Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli: "I mean essentially the game we run is about the same, "I mean The Game Essentially we run is about the same. Probably one's stronger on the GPU side, one's stronger on the CPU side, so depending on what you're doing where, the PS3 does perform here sometimes better, the 360 performs other things better, but overall by the time the game ships it'll be absolutely the same."
Hopefully we get as soon as possible the first footage of Crysis 2 and then we will see if the game can run on photo realistic images for the first time on the PlayStation 3."