Prepare Your PCs: Crysis Demo Next Month

By Chris Remo, Aug 27, 2007 1:31pm PDT September 25 is sure to bring relief to some lucky PC gamers and premonitions of system upgrade expense to others, as the Crysis single-player demo is released. The demo will contain the first level from the full game, and publisher EA promises it will showcase "a huge surprise from Crytek."

No minimum system requirements were released; Shacknews has contacted EA for more information. Along with the announcement came a new Crysis trailer showcasing the game's power-enhancing Nanosuit:

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  • I built two PCs at the start of this year...one on an Intel board for single GPU action and a Gigabyte SLI to see how SLI works. 3.0Ghz Pentium D 830's in both machines, 2GB of 667Mhz DDR2, and 7800GTX 256MB cards. It turns out that with such awesome graphics cards SLI didn't improve anything at that time...in fact performance declined due to textures moving through the slower PCIe slot of the second Gfx card. And, now that DX10 has made the 7800GTX's obsolete it won't make any difference because they are only DX9. I bought an 8800GTS 320MB card just to tide me over...now have Vista Business running and will be trying BioShock soon. I played it twice all the way through already on XP 1680x1050 widescreen using the hack from racer_S...hopefully it will run OK on Vista.

    I'm ready for Crysis...bring it on!