I never thought I'd see the day, but that day is coming in 2013. Crysis is reaching out, and moving away from its console and PC gaming roots, and into the world of board games. Yes, board games.
It will be dubbed Crysis Analogue Edition, and the board game will attempt to recreate the first-person shooter's multiplayer modes, where you get use of the Nanosuit offering super-human abilities. There's no word on how the game will play, whether you're aggressive, or playing cooperatively, but the announcement suggests players will need to use "tactical teamwork" in the game.
Crysis Analogue Edition is being developed by German board game company Queen Games, whose resume includes games like Shogun, Chicago Express, Urbanisation, and Kingdom Builder. Crysis Analogue Edition should reach us in March 2013 which is just one month after Crysis 3 reaches us.
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