Crytek working to remove Crysis 2 exploits
Series developer says it's taking cheating "very seriously" and that it will penalize offenders.
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Crytek's urban jungle shooter Crysis 2 landed last week behind a warm reception. In addition to a single-player campaign, the game boasts a multiplayer component, which is currently being slammed by exploits, says Crytek.
A message on the Crysis 2 portal of Electronic Arts' website states Crytek is aware of the exploits currently active in the game and that the developer is working to permanently remove these opportunities. Additionally, Crytek said it plans to penalize those taking advantage of the aforesaid exploits.
As for the game, Crysis 2 sees players fend off an alien threat once again, aided by a nanosuit that grants the user superhuman abilities ranging from speed boosts to active camouflage.
For more on the title, check out GameSpot's review of Crysis 2.
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