The follow-up to the game with the most ridiculous PC system requirements in recent memory will support technology that almost no-one has or wants to make room to afford. As announced during the EA's E3 2010 press conference, all three versions of Crysis 2 will support stereoscopic 3D.
Crytek showed a special 3D cinematic scene of the game to press during the briefing, which followed a solid seven or eight minutes of combat footage set in the middle of a broken Grand Central Station. There was a big robot, the usual nanosuit silliness, explosions, and even a Hummer escape.
Crysis 2 hits the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC in 2010.