Entries in 'crytek' (68)
Microsoft will position a Kinect 2.0 based game as the centrepiece of its Next Xbox line-up, according to new reports.
Crytek USA Corporation has announced its intention to bid on the Darksiders franchise.
We now have specific sales figures to go with EA's relative dominance last month at US retail.
"It is better than Crysis 2. It is better than Crysis 1. Technical and creatively, and storytelling – all aspects."
EA has revealed impressive beta figures and a spike in pre-orders for Crysis 3, as the game readies for launch this week across multiple territories.
Crysis developer Crytek foresees a future for the company where none of its titles make it to retail.
Was THQ’s demise the result of bad management, bad circumstances or just plain bad luck?
Crytek has announced the opening of a new studio in Austin, Texas that is staffed in part by the core team of the recently closed Vigil Games.
Time is sadly up for THQ today.
Crytek will not be bringing Crysis 3 to Wii U.
Crysis 3 is unlikely to be the last in the series… but it could turn out to be the series’ last first person shooter.
Xbox 360 and PS3 have little left to offer, from a technical perspective at least.
EA has narrowed down the release date for hotly-anticipated shooter Crysis 3.
Free-to-play FPS Warface is seemingly doing the business for Crytek in Russia.
Cevat Yerli, the CEO and president of Crytek, has offered the vocal TimeSplitters fanbase a glimmer of hope.
It’s one of the biggest triple-A franchises in gaming – so it might surprise you to learn that Crysis is struggling to break even.
If you believe the boss of developer Crytek, then games consoles are facing a crisis.
It appears Crysis 3 won’t be making its way onto Wii U, at least not anytime soon.
Free-to-play shooter Warface will be co-published by developer Crytek and Trion Worlds.
Crytek boss Cevat Yerli has weighed in on the Wii U performance discussion, while providing a tidbit about the upcoming console’s tie to CryEngine 3 as well.
TimeSplitters 4 could yet become a reality… although it won’t be a retail game.
Crysis developer Crytek has apparently claimed that it is to become a free-to-play only studio.
Electronic Arts has announced the next Crytek-developed shooter will be released worldwide in February.
A lead developer at Crytek has publicly supported the concept of console manufacturers blocking access to second-hand games.