First Crysis Patch Arriving Within Two Weeks

By Carlos Bergfeld, Nov 16, 2007 11:31am PST In an interview with Crysis (PC) fansite inCrysis, Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli revealed the first patch for its recently released visually intense shooter Crysis would be coming within 14 days.

"We are collecting up all the user feedback now and planning patches that will address as much as possible as fast as possible," Yerli told inCrysis. "The first patch will be out in 7-14 days."

Nvidia VP Roy Taylor also added some promising information on the updates concerning performance issues due to the game's steep system requirements. "Performance will improve, almost with every single driver drop and patch of the game," Taylor wrote. "Literally every day and week we keep working on the drivers we can see improvements."

For more on Crysis, check out Shacknews editor-in-chief Chris Remo's review.

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  • Think the game definately needs a patch really soon, i have a quad q6600, corsair 4gb ddr2 800mhz, bfg 8800 gtx 0c2, asus p5n-e sli mobo, vista 32bit, asus silent square pro, corsair 620w PSU, no AA 1440 X something res on a 19" lcd..Getting to the point with all the settings at very high the frame rate plummets after about 15 mintues to barely playable until its restarted. If those specs cant handle it well im curious to know how lower systems can. Either i have to beat the fudge outta my pc or throw the towel in and buy a console for the next great game. Regardless of the answer im not spending more on upgrades!