U.S. Army Wants Crysis 2
All the hard work Crytek has put into Crysis 2 is paying off in interesting ways, and unexpected avenues. The U.S. Army has enlisted the help of Crytek and their CryEngine 3 technology to make an incredibly realistic combat simulator for training in the U.S. Army.
“The training area consists of a 10-by-10 foot pad for each soldier to operate within. A full range of motion is captured in the game, allowing soldiers to move and look in any direction. Firing weapons is handled using a joystick. Voice communication is done in-game amongst squad mates.”
Intrigued? You can read the full story over at GamePro, who got an interview with Floyd West, Director of Strategic Programs, Orlando Division of Intelligent Decisions.