Crytek has told GamerZines that the PC version of Crysis 2 will have "typical DRM solutions" to help fight piracy, despite the game leaking onto the net last weekend.
Talking to us just days before the game leaked, Crysis 2′s executive producer Nathan Camarillo told us that DRM is "just widely accepted now as that’s the day and age that we’re in," and that "this is what you have to do to protect your property."
"We want to keep providing great games to everyone and as part of that we need people to buy it," explained Camarillo.
"Three-hundred people worked on this game and put a lot of love and time and effort into it. If you want to experience it, please just buy it."
That DRM might not be much use now, though, Nathan.
Crysis 2 launches on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. We’ll have more on the game, including a hands-on preview, in Issue 48 of P3Zine, available to download from February 24th.
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