Crysis 2 Torrent Leaked
February 12, 2011 by USA Post
Many outlets report that a developer is building the game, so there are incomplete levels and textures – but it is apparently the full version of the PC shooter.
Videos and pictures are from the surface through the net value of the racing game. We contacted EA and Crytek for comment, but have not yet heard.
Apparently, the flight also contains a master key authentication. Although the hope variable to prevent hackers from entering multiplayer games legal.
Crysis 2 is set to ship on PC, Xbox 360, and Playstation and in March – the beginning of a leak could prove disastrous for sales of the game
According to reports from various sources, a developer build of Crysis 2 has been leaked to torrent services.
In a post over on Facepunch, flight contains the full game, including multiplayer and DRM files from the game
No word yet on how it happened, but it a. which is a shame. Remember kids; it’s just cool to be a pirate if you look like Johnny Depp.
Crysis 2 releases on March 22 in the U.S. and March 25 in the United Kingdom for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
According to Kotaku, the PC version of Crysis 2 has been leaked online, or at least a development version, though not due for implementation over a month yet.
The first news appeared here, with the release of fifty days early game, but apparently still fully playable from beginning to end and including the multiplayer game.
EA responded as follows:
Crytek has been alerted that an early incomplete, unfinished build of Crysis 2 has appeared on torrent sites. Crytek and EA are deeply disappointed by the news.
We encourage fans to support the game and development team by waiting and buying the final, a brilliant game, March 22.
They also reiterated the fact that piracy is “still damage the PC market” and confirmed that the game is still developing.
We do not know who leaked this particular version, but we wonder how they sleep at night.
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