Pie21, havent you read about crysis multiplayer? Its got all the standard modes, then one awesome one called "power struggle"... Read on, my friend....
Most of Crysis' MP media coverage has been focused on Crytek's twist on a typical FPS' Capture The Flag (CTF) mode in a very notable gameplay mode titled Power Struggle.
In Power Struggle you’ll start the game as a primitive grunt – either US or Korean. Both teams will have a different nano-suit-design. You’ll be given just the very basics including basic armor and a pistol. As you make kills and achieve other goals (like securing capture points), you’ll earn credits which can be used to obtain bigger and better things. Your headquarters will be armed with automated missiles and turrets – effectively eliminating base campers altogether. Your headquarters may be an offshore submarine or inland base.
"Two US players look to ambush the NK team"
You’ll have access to two types of suits
1) The Prototype suit – You’ll have this at the beginning. This will give you very basic armour and strength capabilities 2) The Production Nano suit – You’ll have access to this once you’ve got enough credits. This will enable more advance armour and strength and also allow some degree of cloaking. This will require a high level of credits to obtain.
Crysis multiplayer will provide a wide variety of different vehicles and machines including: (but not limited to)
- Patrol Boats - Speedboats - Submarines
- Trucks - Jeeps - HUMVEE - Tanks
- Attack Helicopters - VTOL Jets
"NK player attacks with his WZ-19"
Such vehicles and machines just don’t just spawn – your side will have to take control of certain capture zones in order to be able to manufacture them. The capture zones won’t be just markers on a map – rather they will be factories, ports, motorworks etc. For example, capturing a port will enable the production of water based vehicles. Capturing a zone will involve simply standing in a specific room for a small amount of time. You’ll gain credits for this also.
Once your team captures a zone, it doesn’t just start manufacturing the goods. It provides the means to manufacturer but you first must of all order your desired machine or vehicle through your PDA and have a certain number of credits available. Your PDA will provide you with a key code so that no one else can take what you’ve ordered. You will have the opportunity to give your order to another team member, also.
While you can have multiple vehicles/machines you can only manage one at a time. The others can be locked in a somewhat secure area. They won’t be completely safe though as the enemy can pick your locks and steal your equipment. Also, if for any reason you leave your vehicle and the enemy is snooping around they can jump in and claim it as theirs.
Throughout the game your rank will change as you gain more credits. The higher rank you have the more toys you’ll have access to.
Getting the right balance is perhaps the most pertinent issue. While new players may think it’s grossly unfair that all they will have is a single pistol to compete with other players with some serious firepower it won’t quite be like this. Firstly new players will be able to steal others machines/vehicles. Secondly, those players with higher ranks won’t be after the new players as they will have very little to gain from killing them and more so be jeopardizing their entire team. Players with high ranks will get the greatest benefit from killing opponents with a higher rank level. Based on this it’s likely that you’ll be fighting others with a similar rank.
Crysis Multiplayer brings a whole new level of realism. If your aircraft runs out of bombs, you won’t be able to simply fly over the runway to reload. You’ll have to land and retrieve them yourself. If you tank gets damaged you’ll have to use a welders touch to patch it up.
Perhaps the most stirring part of Crysis Multiplayer is the alien aspect that will be incorporated. Each map will have one to five alien crash sites that will be in randomly generated areas. After infiltrating one of these you’ll have to locate the alien core. Bringing this back to one of your capture zones will allow you to reverse engineer the alien technology for use in existing human technology. For example you’ll able to convert a standard tank into a Molecular Accelerator tank that fires deadly ice pieces. It won’t be at all easy to bring the core to a captured point. Once you’ve got the core, every player – both allied and opponent will know you’ve got it and will probably be after you. Therefore you’re going to need good teamwork to fend off any threat and protect you.
As you gain more alien cores and take them to each capture point, your team will gradually take control of the game. There are several ways to win the game, but the most notable is to produce a tank with a tactical nuke and destroy the enemy HQ with one shot. Again, all players will be notified of its existence and it will be up to each team to attack/defend the tank.
One more unique factor is the time of each game. Depending on the servers settings, a game could last as long as ten real hours! (Keyword: Could) With the dynamic day/night cycles in Crysis, it's possible that you could be playing on the same map during the day and under the stars!
"US VTOL fires on a tank while the NK Autoturret fires on another VTOL"
Credit to the incrysis wiki.