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article image'Crysis 3' trailer unveiled

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By Stan Rezaee     Apr 25, 2012 in Technology
On Tuesday, Electronic Arts and Crytek unveiled the first trailer for 'Crysis 3', seven days after the video game was announced.
The trailer was unveiled online while an EA newsletter stated: "See what lies in store for super-soldier Prophet in the exclusive trailer for Crysis 3. Watch the trailer to get a sneak peek at your rainforest hunting grounds, and witness your all-new, kick-ass alien weaponry in action. "
Crysis 3 story will follow events of the last game and return gamers to New York City. Several years after the attack, the Cell Corporation has encased the city in a giant Nanodome on the basis of "containing the threat". However this is nothing but a ruse to hide their true motive of studying and adapting the Ceph technology. Players will take on the role of Prophet (originally presumed dead) as he returns to battle the Cell Corporation in New York City and end the Ceph threat for good.
According to the official site, game-play elements will again involve using the nanosuit to adopt to the hostile environment while using new weapons and features. The game will be built using an advanced version of the CryEngine 3.
The game is in the works with an expected release date of Spring 2013 for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.However, gamers can pre-order Crysis 3 online and receive the Limited Edition version for no extra cost.
Crysis 3 will be the fourth game in Crysis-series that focus on a group of military special forces who have to fight an alien race using the nanosuit (a technologically advanced battle armor). The series was developed by Crytek as a spiritual successor to Far Cry after the company formed a partnership with EA.
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