In a recent interview to PC Gamers, Crytek Senior Creative Director Rasmus Hojengaard confirmed that second installment in Crysis franchise, Crysis 2 was made keeping casual gamers in mind so that they all could lean back and see the whole thing unravel in front of their eyes.
"We want to do everything we can to make sure that we leverage the strengths of having the player control everything and do the actual stuff themselves, and also leverage the fact that sometimes it’s nice to just be able to actually see what’s going on, because you don’t have to sit and concentrate on doing five skill-based things at the same time as watching two buildings collapse. Because you’ll either screw up the skills or you won’t really get the full visual, overwhelming, epic experience."
Rasmus Hojengaard further hinted that the third installment in Crysis franchise, Crysis 3 may not feature advance graphics option. According to Hojengaard it make sense to have graphics adjustable, and it also make sense to put sliders and more options into the frontend so that gamers have all the option to adjust it directly.
But Hojengaard further added, "But I can’t say exactly what we’re going to do. We don’t know yet."
Crysis 3 is schedule to launch in 2013 for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. Would you like to see advance graphics option in Crysis 3?, let us know your views in the comment section below.
Source: PC Gamer