UPDATE 2: Crysis costs 1600 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live and £15.99/$19.99 on PlayStation Network.
Publisher EA describes the console download as a "modified and enhanced" version of the single-player campaign from Crysis 1. It also features optimized Nanosuit controls, fine-tuned combat and full stereoscopic 3D support.
UPDATE 1: Crytek boss Cevat Yerli has confirmed that Crysis will launch as a PlayStation Network and Xbox Live title.
"For many years people were asking, can you do Crysis 1 on consoles?" he told GameTrailers. "We have been secretly working on that for a while. It's a digital download only. It looks just awesome, I believe."
ORIGINAL STORY: Sci-fi first-person shooter Crysis launches on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 next month.
The game, which first launched on PC in 2007, is described as "remastered" in its debut GameTrailers exclusive video.
It has "all new lighting", "all new effects" and "all new Nanosuit controls".
Eurogamer's Crysis review shot a 9/10. "This is a game that feels supremely engineered, like a precision machine, or a German automobile," Jim Rossignol wrote.