Crysis 2 "Holiday 2010", full 3D support

Bulletstorm dated, too.

Crytek's Cervat Yerli has pinned Crysis 2 to a "Holiday 2010" release at EA's E3 press conference.

The game will be playable in 3D across all three platforms - PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 - at launch. Yerli claimed this would be a first. The technology used wasn't discussed.

Also in the EA Partners section of the press event, Epic Games' Bulletstorm was given a firm date: 22nd February 2011.

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