The Truth: Crysis 2 PC vs Crysis PC

Posted By | On 28th, Mar. 2011 Under Screenshots | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet

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There has been a lot of talk regarding the PC version of Crysis 2, with some stating that it is inferior compared to it’s predecessor. But is that really the case? Let’s take a look.

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  • lol

    Everything is way more detailed in the first one the only thing that looks better in Crysis 2 is the smoke and lighting

  • Crysis was simply breathtaking when it released in 2007, because it was built to tax your system as much as possible … meaning it took years for the average gamer to be able to run it as it was meant to be played. Fast forward to today, and Crysis 2’s impression is not nearly as epic. That does not mean it doesn’t look amazing, it’s just that it can’t match the first game’s impact relative to its competition.

  • Dan

    They smoothed out the frame rates and improved the lighting a little. The water in Crysis 2 is a step back, though.

    Whether or not you think it looks better than the first in action, you can’t argue that it looks like 4 years worth of progress. I loved the first one. This one seemed more linear, and is kind of a letdown.

    Without any comparisons though, it’s a good action game in its own right.

  • lol, I love how you use the words “smoke” and “light” in your comment, because that’s exactly what’s used here.
    Now, the game is all smoke and mirrors–but don’t take that as a bad thing. It makes the game run better, and play better on it’s own, and feels more like the linear campaign it’s meant to be than loading instances around the island and preventing you from accessing them level to level. When the ultra graphics update goes live, the complaints will probably stop. But until then, enjoy the press being all like “OMGWTFBBQ THIS ISN’T WINNEST WIN EVVARR.”

  • “is that really the case?”



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