The official Crysis 3 website has revealed the minimal, recommended and high performance PC system requirements for the upcoming sci-fi shooter sequel from Crytek and EA, with no Windows XP support.
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Crytek and EA have released the full reveal trailer for Crysis 3, showing off in-engine gameplay from the first person shooter sequel that's due out in spring 2013.
Electronic Arts has admitted that Crysis 3 is in the works and will officially be announced April 16th, after images of the game's box cover were leaked to the Internet today.
THQ announced today that Crytek will develop the next game in its Homefront first person shooter series with a projected release date sometime in 2013 or early 2014.
Xbox 360 and PS3 console gamers will finally be able to play the first entry in the Crysis first person shooter series when it is released via download in October.
Crytek's co-founder defends the game developer from accusations of bad working conditions after a blog posted by an anonymous writer claims that Crytek treats employees as "disposable pieces of meat."
As promised, Crysis 2 developer Crytek has released a free version of its CryEngine 3 game development tools allowing people to create stand alone game titles for free.
Earlier this week rumors hit the Internet that game developer Crytek had gotten access to an early hardware build for Microsoft's next generation game console. The report, which was first posted on Videogamer.com via unnamed...
Crytek, the company behind Crysis 2 and its CryEngine 3 game development software, is rumored to have plans to let go some of its workers at one of its many studios. Gamasutra reports that between...
Crytek, the developer behind games such as Far Cry and Crysis Warhead, announced last week that they will be presenting their third generation engine at the upcoming Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. CryENGINE...