Crysis launches on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live on 4th October, EA has revealed.

That's a Tuesday, so for Europeans, the game will release on PSN a day later, on Wednesday, 5th October.

The game costs 15.99 or 1600 Microsoft Points.

Publisher EA has described the console download as a "modified and enhanced" version of the single-player campaign from 2007 game Crysis 1. It also features optimized Nanosuit controls, fine-tuned combat and full stereoscopic 3D support, all powered by CryEngine 3.

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.

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