The US Army has been building a training game for its soldiers to play, and the company behind the project, called RealTime Immersive, Inc., has just released two trailers showing off the game's graphics
, powered by CryEngine 3. If it looks good, it's because the powers that be have spent $57 million on the project. For that price, there better be dedicated servers and
Keep in mind this is just a tease -- this game is meant for internal training by the Army, and so it isn't something the public will get to play in any major
way. Besides, can the Army hire a group of racist teenagers to yell at soldiers as they perform the in-game training operations?