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Crysis 3's 7 Wonders Finale Visits The "End Of Days"

Posted on Thursday, February 14 @ 02:00:00 Eastern by

This is the seventh and final entry in Crysis 3's 7 Wonders series, which featured a look at different locales and set pieces in Crytek's upcoming first-person shooter. Utilizing Cryengine 3 and the cinematic stylings of Albert Hughes, Electronic Arts takes eager Prophets to the "End of Days" in the video above.

Crysis may have started as a benchmark game for the PC master race obsessed with measuring one piece of hardware against the next man's, but as the series has moved to include consoles (and truthfully, almost focus on them), it's blossomed into a sandbox shooter with enticing aesthetics.

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