Crysis 3 multiplayer beta out now

EA launches multiplatform beta for its hotly anticipated first person shooter

Electronic Arts has released a beta of Crysis 3's multiplayer leading up to the game’s February 21 release in Australia.

The beta gives players an opportunity to put the Nanosuit to the test over two team-based modes and two maps.

Beta players can unlock features up to level 10 in Crysis 3 multiplayer, though the retail game will cap out at Level 50.

The beta also allows players to reboot their suit.

The Museum map consists of the ruined remains of a world class museum, now flooded and overgrown with moss covered trees and plant life.

Players can look for places to get vantage points, as well as new paths such as across tree limbs and other non-traditional jump spots.

The Airport map features a dilapidated complex where planes sit rusting and baggage sits unclaimed.

As well as keeping an eye out for open areas, players need to be aware of the VTOL when it is active.

The beta is available on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC, and will be available for two weeks until the finished product launches.

The latest multiplayer trailer can be found below:

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Patrick Budmar

Patrick Budmar

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