Entries in 'crytek' (43)
Crytek and ESL have partnered in order to run Warface eSports competitions.
After years of anticipation, VR is finally launching in the coming months.
The extent of the troubles that had embroiled the studio formerly known as Free Radical has been revealed.
Crytek has announced The Climb, a virtual reality rock-climbing game in development exclusively for release on Oculus Rift.
Crysis developer Crytek has released a free VR demo on Steam that allows players to catch a glimpse of the Jurassic.
Sony's long-overdue European press conference took place last night in Paris, and as usual we were greeted with some quirkly games, and some major triple-A reveals, too.
A free-roaming virtual reality adventure title has been announced by Crytek.
Amazon signed a licensing deal for Crytek's CryEngine that could be worth between $50m to $70m, according to a report.
Crytek has signed a major licensing deal with a mystery firm as part of its strategy to put the company on a more stabe footing following its troubles last year. ...
Deep Silver has confirmed a 2016 release for Homefront: The Revolution, which represents a delay to the title.
Crytek is currently experimenting with virtual reality and how its CryEngine technology can power such an experience.
Just eight months after going live, Crytek has announced that it is calling time on the Xbox 360 version of free-to-play shooter Warface.
Graphical standards are now so high that the challenge of impressing consumers with flash visuals is bigger then ever.
The PC version of former Xbox One exclusive Ryse: Son of Rome has now got a release date.
Crytek co-founder Avni Yerli admits that the studio’s reputation has been damaged by recent controversy, but that the firm can turn that around.
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The founder and CEO of Crytek has admitted that the studio has ‘paid the price’ to downsize and cut costs.
Xbox One exclusive Ryse: Son of Rome will be released on PC this Autumn.
Crysis developers Crytek are still in control of cult retro shooting Ip Timesplitters.
Deep Silver has purchased the Homefront intellectual property from Crytek, taking Homefront: The Revolution out of Crytek’s hands and placing Deep Silver Dambuster Studios in charge of development.
Crytek has released a statement acknowledging the recent reports surrounding the company's financial issues.
The situation at Crytek’s UK studio appears to be worsening.
A number of staff at Crytek UK have not been paid their full salary since April 21st, a source connected to the matter has told MCV's sister site Develop.
Anonymous sources close to Crytek have confirmed a sequel to Ryse: Son of Rome has been canceled.
Crysis and Cryengine maker Crytek has apparently been plagued with recent financial difficulties, as the company failed to make its most recent payroll at both its UK and Bulgarian offices.