The US Army is planning to use Crytek's CryEngine 3, virtual reality, and motion capture technology to power a new combat simulator. With a price tag of $57 million, the system will allow soldiers to simulate missions in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere before ever setting foot on the battlefield.
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