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Crysis 2 Retaliation Map Pack Coming Next Week

Posted on Tuesday, May 10 @ 10:28:50 PST by Blake_Morse



Crysis 2 is one of the best FPS games to come out this year. But is sure has taken them some time to get around to making some DLC. With these kinds of things though it's better late than never. We're only a week away from a new map pack called "Retaliation" that will give players four new fields to sneak around and shoot people on.


Park Avenue is pretty self-explanatory, you'll battle it out in a desecrated rendition of the famous New York landmark. Transit will have you testing your skills in a train car filled wasteland with a nice homage to Planet of the Apes thrown in for good measure. Shipyard takes you to the docks and will give you access to a machine gun mounted turret atop of a battleship so you can relive your favorite moments from Pearl Harbor. And Compound takes you to the Crynet complex on Roosevelt Island for the most fun you've ever had in an office building.

Retaliation will be available for 360, PC and PS3 (if PSN is back up by then) on May 17th, 2011.



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