The world’s nightmare is almost over. It’s about time to pack up the picket signs, clean up the protest area, and head home. Crytek, previously the PC gamer’s most loved and trusted developer, is set to right its wrong and finally, finally release DirectX 11 support for Crysis 2. The release notes paints a picture of the 1.9 update finally bringing Crysis 2 up to the level PC gamers were originally expecting. Nearly all the additions and changes deal with adding high quality textures and effects including adding a DirectX 11 benchmark level. The patch will be released this coming Monday, June 27th.
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