has posted a short however very cool video from GDC 2010 of cam footage showing off a Physics demonstration of their new physics engine
being implemented into the new Cryengine 3 that will be powering Crysis 2, check it out below. This is pretty exciting stuff and we are keeping an eye on Crysis 2 and Cryengine 3 since it was reported that Cryengine 3 will be using an in-house custom made physics engine and will not be using any middle-ware such as Havok Physics or PhysX for the game physics
. According to the Cryengine developers this will 'allow the destruction of almost any object (trees, vehicles or buildings)'
For more info on the new Cryengine 3 Physics engine being used check out Cryengine 3 to Use in-house Physics Engine, No Havok Physics or PhysX Middleware
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