Crytek wants to tell you about character progression in Crysis 2's multiplayer mode, and apparently it all starts with the Nanosuit. A new trailer details how you can tailor your suit to your own specifications, after gaining points by shooting, sniping and doing anything that isn't related to spawn camping.
I am intrigued by the potential wealth of options on display, but I'm still a little wary. The demo didn't do a good job of roping me in, and it was hard to play after the polished intensity of Killzone 3. I guess we shall see, though. I'm really eager to play the game, if only for the single-player.
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