It's also amazing how so many people can be in such denial of cold hard FACTS that are pressed right up to their noses!
What you saw with the demo, is what you will get with the final release, PERIOD. Sure, they're going to "patch" DX11 in later.....but what good is that going to do? They can't rewrite the entire game to ACTUALLY support DX11 features with a patch. It's still just a DX9 console port, with a few DX11 features added on (probably just light effects most likely).
Sorry, but I'd rather spend $60 elsewhere. I won't tolerate being dumped on by developers. If you guys were smart, you'd do the same.
Does anybody here defending Cryfail 2 have any PROOF that the game WILL support PROPER DX11 features, have advanced graphics options, and include the sandbox on release? No? Didn't think so. Yet there is all SORTS of proof otherwise. Just look at the "beta" and demo.
if you don't care about the game then why are you here? why do you keep coming into all the crysis threads complaining about your proof that the game doesn't have things that you don't know about.
you wanna continue? how was the editor for crysis wars sent out? was it on the disk or was it uploaded on crymods? also didn't yerli say that they were working on some type of editor for the community?
|According to Crytek co-founder Anvi Yerli, "The barriers for entry will be very low, and perhaps [it will be distributed] for free." Details and a release date for this CryEngine 3 Lite SDK have yet to be announced. It seems resonable to speculate that such a release could be similar to what Epic Games did when it released its UDK tools in 2009. The UDK tools, offered for free, allow game developers to make stand alone titles using most of the features of Epic's Unreal Engine 3 with the exception of direct access to the engine's source code.|
Edited by soilentblue - 3/18/11 at 7:55pm