Crysis Wars: Crysis Warhead’s Multiplayer Mode Detailed

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Alongside this morning’s launch date announcement for Crysis Warhead, EA and Crytek have also pulled the curtain back on Crysis Wars, the revamped multiplayer game that will be included with Warhead. Crysis Wars will contain the core multiplayer content of the original game in addition to seven new maps, new weapons and a new TeamInstantAction match type. Below is an early overview of Crysis Wars‘ features.

Crysis Wars Features:

• TeamInstantAction is a new team-based mode pitting Raptor Squad forces agains KPA forces, all clad with Nanosuits. It features a intelligent Spawn System which ensures you will always spawn the furthest away from any enemy and closest to your teammates. Its also a very easy mode to jump in and out of. TIA is really for fast and intense multiplayer fun.

• Many of the new maps have been specifically tailored to create vertical gameplay, meaning you can use every ounce of your Nanosuit’s powers to dominate your opponents. Stake out a high ledge to jump out of the line of bullets or use your cloak to sneak past the enemy on the prowl. Every map in Crysis Wars has been carefully crafted to create a fun and unique multiplayer experience.

• 21 maps including 7 never-before-seen maps. All the original Crysis InstantAction maps have been improved and re-worked.

• New and improved HUD elements make for an informative and enjoyable experience. Get your kill count up on your opponent to rub in how many times you owned him. Lots of polish has gone into this aspect of the game.

Crysis Wars(R) Will Be Included In Crysis Warhead(R) [CrysisWarhead.com]

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