Rollover to see the Difference.


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Move the Slider to see the Difference. Again, Notice the cloaking differences.


Rollover to see the Difference.


Rollover to see the Difference. Can you spot the differences.


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Move the Slider to see the Difference.


Rollover to see the Difference. Notice the shadow differences.


Rollover to see the Difference. Notice the texture resolutions differ slightly.


Rollover to see the Difference. Notice the lighting differences.


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Mouse over the image to see through our “Lens”.


So that’s it for now folks. Be sure to check back next week for our full in depth Analysis on the retail versions of Crytek’s latest masterpiece.  Let us know how you think it’ll turn out below. Until then, enjoy!


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