It’s good to see a developer realize that adding intrusive DRM really does nothing but tick off the Internet at large and make consumers that bought the game feel rightfully inconvenienced. Not to mentioned the hackers it spurns on who erroneously see their actions as some sort of righteous endeavor against “the man.”
Seeley goes on to say that these ports will include “something unique on each platform and will be carefully tuned to both the capabilities and strengths of that platform, as well as the intended audience.” Hopefully these “unique” additions are something a bit more creative than shoehorned SIXAXIS controls for PS3 versions and genuinely add something worthwhile to each version. Or would you even care about getting something minor like a suit of armor so long as the game itself is plenty fun?
Finally, Seeley mentions that the CryENGINE 2 has been made more scalable as a result of having to optimize for consoles, meaning it should run better on all levels of hardware. Good news for people that haven’t updated their systems recently.
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