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Crysis 2 goes REAL!!!
Future US marines will be trained with a new type of simulator. It's not the type you have heard before. We saw Flight Simulator, Driving Simulator etc. But the new one is called Dismounted Soldier Training System. It's a simulator to train soldiers about real life combat. But you must be wandering why I posted this on a gamer's forum right? A legitimate question. The most interesting fact is, the simulator is run by Cryengine 3. Yes! You heard right. The engine which was used to make Crysis 2. Now you may understand how Crysis 2 graphics and gameplay looked so much realistic. Training soldiers isn't ajoke and when it's done by some games, it hears strange too.
US army commissioned $57m at that project. Now I think you, the Crysis 2 players should feel proud about your Crysis 2.
Take a look at that video
The sim is being developed by Intelligent Decisions is designed to be able to realistically model helicopters and ground vehicles, as well as environmental effects like footprints, disturbed foliage and realistic weather effects. Multiple soldiers will be able to play in the same instance, allowing troops to practice squad tactics.
The director of strategic programs at Intelligent Decisions, Floyd West tells that “a soldier could practice a scenario alone or with squad members, just as they would play an online video game. Soldiers and instructors could also play roles within the simulation. For example, they might play civilians that interact with someone from that squad, or they could play an opposing force, an enemy combatant. They could also control a group of semi-automated forces in the world.”
“With CryEngine 3 being used for Crysis 2 and the capabilities that game engine provides, it allows us to make the most realistic simulation possible. We’re able to transport soldiers to accurately recreated locales like Afghanistan and Iraq, where we can simulate everything from visuals to 360-degree sound.”