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Saturday, 27 October 2007 18:49

Crysis demo is available

Written by Slobodan Simic

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1.77GB of pure FPS experience

 

Despite the announcement yesterday, Crytek Studios released a new singleplayer demo for Crysis.

The demo features the Sandbox2 Level Editor and the first level from the full game. The 1.77GB file can be downloaded from various links; you can find some of them below.

If you are running your system with an Nvidia Geforce card be sure to download 169.01 beta ForceWare drivers which are optimized for the Crysis demo. 

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