Crysis Trilogy (NA)
Third party DRM: OriginPlease note that the free third-party service, Origin, must be used to activate this title.
This Pack contains:
- Crysis Warhead
- Crysis 2 Maximum Edition
- Crysis 3 Digital Deluxe Edition
- Crysis 3 Lost Island
Please note: Online multiplayer support for this game is provided by GameSpy and they are deactivating these services. This change will not affect the single-player campaign or any additional Origin features. For more details, please read EA’s online service updates page.
Suit up with the entire collection of Crysis games.
The nanosuit: it's more than just a badass look. This futuristic, hugely capable wardrobe has been a part of the Crysis franchise since the absolute beginning. You haven't experienced it yet? We've put together all the greats in the Crysis series together so you'll know just how downright handy this nanosuit can be. Get caught up with the Crysis Trilogy.
This bundle, several dozen hours of non-stop action, includes all the great futuristic Nanosuit-enhanced first-person shooter the series has been known for. Over the course of three entire games you'll witness first-hand the evolution of an alien invasion and its effect on earth, both in fleshed-out single player campaigns and expansive multiplayer experiences. Over the course of three games you'll leap from the freshly devastated cityscapes of New York City to the the same metropolis completely overgrown under a lush rainforest.
Use stealth attacks or over-the top firepower. Every intense moment in the Crysis franchise is included in Crysis Trilogy. Suit up.
Single player campaign: Follow Earth's devastation and the alien invasion in the extensive storyline across all three games in the Crysis Trilogy.
Multiplayer focus: Every game included in Crysis Trilogy features enormous replay with multiplayer modes, maps and weapons.
The Complete Crysis Experience: Every moment is included in this must-have bundle. The original Crysis continues with the Crysis Warhead expansion, and the Crysis 3 action keeps churning in the Lost Island DLC.
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...must come to an end. And, unfortunately, perhaps not a great end.
Everyone remembers the first Crysis. Mind-blowing graphics and solid gameplay. There was the infamous VTOL section in the middle of the game, but nobody's perfect. Plus, it is ultimately balanced out by the amazingly immersive zero-gravity sections toward the end. Overall, with a satisfyingly long campaign, great weapon customization, and amazing set pieces, Crysis remains a great entry point to the series.
Crysis 2 made some significant changes, some of which have been a little divisive, but one thing everyone can agree on was that the stakes were raised through the roof. Instead of fighting in a jungle in the middle of nowhere, the war has come to the streets of New York. This does serve to make the game more linear, but that's not always a bad thing. Unlike the first game, groups of enemies can generally not be avoided by a mile on either side, but there are still multiple ways to approach every situation. On the whole, Crysis 2 keeps the best of its predecessor and adds several great new standouds like an epic score by Hans Zimmer and a silent protagonist who is actually interesting.
Unfortunately, Crysis 3 is where the series begins to drag somewhat. Although the city has changed since the previous game, the setting is ultimately still New York. Gone is the fantastic musical score, being replaced by more generic fare. The campaign is also by far the shortest of the three. On the whole, Crysis 3 is still a decent enough game, but it has clearly fallen victim to generic modern FPS syndrome. Still, the series' solid gameplay makes a return, and if you want to play the complete trilogy, there's little reason not to grab them all.