The multiplayer open beta for Crysis 3 has gone live on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.
Crysis 3 multiplayer puts players in a Nanosuit and pits them against other Nano enhanced players.
The open beta consists of a small sampling the full game, including two game modes across two maps as well as all the unlock features up to level 10 and the ability to reboot your suit.
Hunter - Viral based game mode with five rounds. A randomly chosen team of two Hunters, armed with Bows and infinite stealth energy have to eliminate CELL Operatives who have crash landed in the level. The CELL have one objective - try to survive until their EVAC arrives. As each CELL member dies, they become part of the Hunter team and look to eliminate their former allies tipping the balance as the match progresses.
Crash Site - Capture and hold game mode. Single dynamic capture location is dropped off from an Ceph dropship. Teams must remain in the location in order to acquire points. After a period of time the pod will self-destruct and a new pod is launched in a new location in the map.
Museum - The ruined remains of a world class museum, now flooded and overgrown with moss covered trees and plant life. Look for places to get vantage points and new paths such as across tree limbs and other non-traditional jump spots.
Airport - A once well used launching off point for vacationers and business folks alike, now a dilapidated complex where planes sit rusting and baggage sits forever unclaimed. Watch out for open areas, and in particular when the VTOL is active, there are many places you can an unaware player can be caught out in.
In the Crysis 3 multiplayer open beta progression is capped at Level 10, but in the retail game Crysis 3 multiplayer will cap out at Level 50.
EA and Crytek have released a new trailer showcasing the tactical warfare and sandbox gameplay of Crysis 3’s multiplayer to promote the open beta launch.
Watch the trailer.