The game will join Killzone 3, amongst the ranks of the first FPS titles to support the television industry's latest push.

"The success of 3-D movies like Avatar and the introduction of 3-D TVs from the hardware manufacturers tells us that this is the next big movement in entertainment, much like HD was years ago," explained Cevat Yerli, CEO of Crytek.

Interestingly, it's not just Crysis 2's single-player component that will support the new technology. The game will utilise 3D in its multiplayer too.

We're bound to see more of the game this week at E3. Stay tuned.