I find it utterly impossible to believe that this is an actual in-game screen shot from the PC version of Crysis 2. Using the CryEngine 3 and DirectX11. The PC version of Crysis 2 will look dramatically better graphics-wise, as opposed to the versions of the XBOX 360 and Playstation 3. Due to the PC having faster, and more capable hardware. But this screen shot is probably fake, probably a CG rendered image with the Crysis HUD doctored into it. Absolutely NO GPU setup that exists currently, not even quad SLI/Xfire GeForce GTX 295 or Radeon HD 5970 could possibly render a single frame of the 3D image shown in this thread, at least not in real time. Not without immediately becoming overloaded and crashing. I have yet to see any authentic screen shots of the PC version of Crysis 2, I have only seen footage from the console versions. Even when the original Crysis was released, and everybody rushed to get their pricey DX10 graphics cards, the actual game did not look nearly as good as depicted in the screen shots which were shown before the game's retail launch. If you are a computer expert, especially when it comes to graphics processing what is your opinion on this?