We have an interesting article for those of you who are still not impressed by 3D Stereoscopic visuals on games, as Crytek, developer of upcoming game Crysis 2 has said that playing the game in 3D will offer a more enjoyable experience than 2D.
As reported from Eurogamer, Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli was speaking in a recent interview with GamaSutra when he revealed the news. In case you didn’t know, Crysis 2 will be taking full advantage of the PS3’s 3D capabilities, with the developers behind the game keen to give their backing to the new technology.
Here is a portion of Yerli’s interview: ”If you play Crysis 2 in 2D on a normal TV, you will have a lot of fun, but if you buy a 3D TV, you will have even more. I want our games to be one of the first games out there to show how 3D could be and what it means for first-person gaming.”
He went to say how 3D gaming is ‘inevitable’ and if you don’t like it now, you’ll come round to the idea later on when it becomes more widespread. At the moment, it is fair enough if you don’t like the idea of 3D, especially since there are hardly any 3D games to play anyway, but 2011 will be a different story, with the majority of PS3 games coming with added 3D support.
Of course, it also means that Killzone 3 and Crysis 2 will not only be going head-to-head in the FPS stakes on PS3, but in the 3D department too. Check out the full interview through the link and let us know your thoughts on this.
Do you support 3D gaming or not? Crysis 2 is out in March on PS3, PC and Xbox 360.
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