Want to know why the PC version of Crysis 2 is a deception? Here are some answers:
“For starters, the game doesn’t support DX11.”
“PC gamers don’t want gimmick DX11 effects. As the game is not developed with the DX11 in mind, we won’t get the tessellation results of (let’s say) the Unigine ‘Heaven’ Benchmark.”
“And for the love of God, how come there aren’t any advanced settings as we are talking about a PC game?”
“To add more salt to PC gamers wounds, Crytek didn’t include any modding tools or an editor to the PC version of Crysis 2. This basically means that Crytek is turning their back to their big modding community.”
“All in all, the PC version of Crysis 2 is a console port and nothing more.”
“Crytek should blame themselves for letting down their PC fanbase and offering them a simple console port that lacks features that made Crysis what it is today. Maximum disappointment!”
Just read this article for the complete story: How Crytek doomed Crysis 2′s PC version .