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But... how often do you play a demo that is drastically different then the release? Especially if it is only a few weeks a away vrs months?
Exactly, most demos are very close to the final release version of the game. Normally you'll see minor bug fixes and maybe some performance improvements.
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Exactly, most demos are very close to the final release version of the game. Normally you'll see minor bug fixes and maybe some performance improvements.
One thing to consider would be when they had the demo prepared. They could have made it months ago with the intention of releasing it, but decided against it for some reason. Then when people started complaining, the could have just said "ahh screw it, might as well give them something", and then released the demo.

Just because we got it recently, doesn't necessarily mean it was made recently, does it?
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One thing to consider would be when they had the demo prepared. They could have made it months ago with the intention of releasing it, but decided against it for some reason. Then when people started complaining, the could have just said "ahh screw it, might as well give them something", and then released the demo.

Just because we got it recently, doesn't necessarily mean it was made recently, does it?
You're right, it could be an earlier build. I just don't see that being the case. I mean, how many times have you played a demo, then played the released version and had them be extremely different in a category other than performance?
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You're right, it could be an earlier build. I just don't see that being the case. I mean, how many times have you played a demo, then played the released version and had them be extremely different in a category other than performance?
This is true. I'm not saying that's the case, just a possibility. I voiced my opinion in the other thread (the "not raging" one) so I'll refrain from cross-posting, but I really wish we could just stop talking about the game until it's released. There is no way of knowing how the final build, so what is the point in speculating, other than the fact that it's fun to argue .

And yes, I am well aware that I could just as easily not post but as long as there are people speculating or complaining about Crysis 2, I'll be here talkin' about it too.
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I think a lot of people lately getting Beta and Demo mixed up.
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I think a lot of people lately getting Beta and Demo mixed up.
How do you figure? And we aren't allowed discussing the beta/leaked version on this website.
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The pictures are not showing for me...
are the Crysis 1 shots from the multiplayer? or the single player?

If they are from the single player... its not a fair comparison.
Also comparing vanilla textures vs modded textures isnt quite fair.
    
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You need to remember, multiplayer graphics will be coded differently from Single Player graphics. However if you're concerned about graphics. Don't fret. This will change to a feel of the PC graphics especially the original Crysis because there is simply sandbox editor and most of all.. CONFIGS!! I will aim to use custom configs to add realism in the game. Crytek shouldn't be adding bloom in the game, they are overkill and ruins the eye candy but cryengine is way better coded than the original crysis. Still wish we had these "Can it run?" lol.
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How do you figure? And we aren't allowed discussing the beta/leaked version on this website.
Well I think they are getting the terminology mixed up. They are saying "hey its just a demo, wait for the finished product." When a demo should be a representation of the final game.
If they are saying its a beta, wait for the final product that makes more sense. I was not referring to the crysis leak in any way.
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Why are people saying 2007 for Crysis 1? It released then, they had a FAR superior engine to this in probably 04-05. Things are THAT bad, they are only willing to cater to the lowest denominator. I for one, will PLAY crysis 2, but that's all I'll be doing! If anyone knows exactly when they started Cryengine 2 please feel free to post, it's an assumption; seems accurate given the insane production quality of Crysis 1.

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