The lights are on
Adopting Crytek's shooter to the console space paid off for Electronic Arts, as its sales numbers soared above two of the company's other highly publicized franchises.
Electronic Arts' Q1 earnings statements revealed that the sequel to the high performance PC game has shipped over 3 million copies to date since its March 22 release, outpacing Dragon Age II (March 8), and Dead Space 2 (January 25) by approximately one million units each. Portal 2 was also listed as shipping 2 million units, but its total numbers are likely much higher considering that this figure does not include the copies sold via Valve's Steam platform.
With those kind of numbers, you can bet Crytek is gearing up for a third entry in the series.
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Thats actually pretty good.
This will be good for when the original comes on here too.
Hmmm, this is quite interesting.
I don't care. Give me new information on whether Crysis 1 is really coming to consoles or not.
I so want a cyrsis 3 but i think i could wait for a next-gen consel for playstation really
Crysis 3?!?!? It's just getting better and better.
I'm not going to lie, I'm actually really surprised by this. I definitely thought that Crysis 2 was a good game, but I didn't know that it was that good.