Crytek gives multiplayer Crysis a boost

Jan 2, 2008

In a fit of generosity Crysis developer Crytek has released five new multiplayer maps - for free - for its first-person shooter.

The maps actually began life as a community-driven project for Far Cry, but Crytek has taken them under its wing and turned them into official products for its new FPS.

"Both the two InstantAction and three PowerStruggle maps have been tested over several weeks and are optimized for competitive gameplay, but also provide a valid size for public gaming," the developer notes.

"Quite a few of the Trusted Server Providers of Crysis have already set up multiple servers that are running the map pack. Just check them out online and enjoy the new maps!"

The new levels can be downloadedhere.

Courtesy of CVG.