The US Army has spent $67M on a military training simulator for recruits using the CryEngine 3 engine, and developer RealTime Immersive has released some in-engine videos that show off how gorgeous the game looks, especially since it's generating wide-open levels, instead of close quarter corridors.
The sad part is that it is strictly for Army recruits as a tactical training simulation, and won't be released to the general public.
Check out the two in-engine trailers in the videos below, and let us know what you think.
US Army's $67M training simulator shows off CryEngine 3
23 December 2011 | By JonahFalcon
- PC Gamer