Frankfurt-based developer Crytek (Far Cry, Crysis
) has announced that it will be making the debut of a cross-platform version of its CryEngine 2 at this year's GDC, with a demonstration version running on the PS3 and Xbox 360.
Crytek first debuted CryEngine 2 technology at the 2007 GDC, later releasing Crysis
with Electronic Arts, the first title to utilize the engine. This year, Crytek is taking appointments to see the console versions of the engine.
Crytek will also be doing public demonstrations showing how its notoriously spec-heavy technology can be run on "a budget PC which can be put together for around 600 dollars complete, including keyboard and mouse," as well as demonstrations with licensees, including architectural and serious games companies.
The company notes that anyone wishing to make an appointment for a cross platform demonstration can do so by emailing [email protected]
with details of their own company, or by visiting the developer's GDC show floor booth.