It seems that developer CryTek has gotten into the holiday spirit by delivering special Christmas-themed DLC to Crysis players. According to Ars Technica, five new multiplayer maps and a Christmas-y wallpaper have arrived and are available for download right now. The maps are Excavation and Terminal for InstantAction mode, and Training, Crossroads, and Desolation for PowerStruggle mode. All maps are available for play now on the title’s servers.
Crysis, of course, is an uber-ambitious PC first person shooter, originally released this past fall with steep system requirements and solid review scores.
So, if you’re savvy enough to have a PC rig capable of running this monster of an FPS, and you’re itching for new multiplayer action, this is a nice little “Merry Christmas” to you. It’s always positive to see developers supporting their titles with new DLC long after release (Rock Band is a frontrunner in this department as well), it’s a great way to keep a good game fresh for months.
Read [Ars Technica]