EA and Crytek have announced Crysis 2 for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

It's not only the first console game made by the developer, but also the first title to be built using CryEngine 3. Crytek sees the sequel as a "major stepping stone" for the studio.

There are no other details.

Crysis was released in 2007 to critical acclaim and remains a benchmark for PC performance, both in terms of what can be delivered and how much you need to spend to see it.

Head over to our Crysis review to find out more.

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