We've seen a lot of good-looking games in the last few months, a lot of which are aimed heavily at a PC audience. World in Conflict, Bioshock and Project Offset just to name a few.
Still, there's one game which is standing head and shoulders above the rest - the PC exclusive, juggernaut of gorgeous that is Crysis.
However, in a retraction of previous statements, Crytek boss Cevat Yerli has told CVG that Crysis could soon see a port to next-gen consoles.
Although Yerli had previously said that consoles like the PS3 and Xbox 360 may not be able to handle a game like Crysis, Cevat is now on the record as saying that the game may be available to our joypad-wielding brethren too. Honestly, we're a little disappointed that we may have to share Crysis with console gamers - we kind of hope we'd get to keep hold of Crysis as a PC-only game.
CVG later added an update to the story as Yerli wanted to give himself a way to backtrack out of a potentially sticky mess and explained that the PC version is still a definite focus for the game.
"It requires optimization, that's what we've always communicated. What you would not do is make Crysis on PS3, 360 and PC for a single shipping date, because we would lose the quality focus."
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