posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 08:22 PM
reply to post by warbird03
Well I can see the difference...
lol. The first thing I check when I play a new game, is the environment...especially the grass. Because even
still, there are some new games that have that crappy 2d sprite grass, Far Cry 2 had it, which I don't understand why, since the Dunia engine is based
on the CryEngine, and I don't remember any 2d sprite grass in Crysis.
But anyway, that shouldn't matter much in Crysis 2 since it takes place in a city. I'll probably get good frame rates since I don't have a big monitor
and I don't set the resolution up too high
EDIT: Hmm...didn't say which CryEngine though, it would be odd if they based it off the first one. But then again, there are some new games in past
few years that have came out using the Unreal 2/2.5 engine. DNF uses a heavily modified Unreal 2.5 engine to the point where the only thing left from
the Unreal engine itself is the networking
edit on 2-3-2011 by DanDeath because: (no reason given)