Crysis 2 PC demo released

Written by Joe Martin

March 1, 2011 | 10:04

Tags: #crysis-2 #crysis-2-beta #crysis-2-demo #crysis-2-leak #demo

Companies: #crytek #electronic-arts

Crytek and Electronic Arts have finally released a PC version of the Crysis 2 demo, offering gamers a chance to see how well their systems will cope with the highly anticipated title.

The demo is multiplayer-only and offers two maps and two game modes for fans to try out, just like the previously released Xbox 360 demo, though one of the maps is different.

The first map, Skyline, is set along New York rooftops and is playable in Team Deathmatch. The second, Pier 17, is a more open map that's playable in Crash Site mode.

The demo is 1.5GB to download and can be picked up from the usual places, such as GamersHell. We'd recommend taking a look at the Crysis 2 system specs to see if you can run it too.

Crysis 2 ran into trouble last month when an ornery beta copy of the game was leaked to torrent sites by an unknown source. Crytek hasn't let up on PC support however.

Check out our Crysis 2 resource centre for more information on the game, then let us know your thoughts in the forums.
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