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No EA Online Pass for Crysis 2

Posted on Thursday, February 24 @ 18:03:49 Eastern by
Unwrapping the cellophane surround an EA game can be a ton of fun. Opening a used EA game can be a pain in the ass.

That's because EA's "Project $10" has transcended the Cerberus Networks of yore and gone over to the dark side in the form of the Online Pass. You'll find a single-use code in most retail boxes of EA software that opens up the world multiplayer over Xbox Live and PSN.

Buy a used game and you'll probably find that the code has been used. Time to pay the piper EA to play. Crysis 2? EA published, Crytek developed. As such, Crytek was given the option of including an Online Pass in their game. They opted out.

Of course, if Crytek do their jobs to the fullest of their collective ability, you won't find too many used copies of Crysis 2 on store shelves immediately after launch.

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