Crytek is finally bringing graphics enhanced Crysis Remastered to Steam after a year of Epic Games Store exclusivity. The title will be deeply discounted for owners of the original release.
Today, developer Crytek revealed that the Crysis Remastered Trilogy was coming to a wide range of consoles and PC on October 15. The title receives a number of upgrades, including a resolution boost.
Crytek wasn't just fine with remastering the original Crysis, as now, the studio has announced the complete trilogy of the popular shooter series is getting remastered for modern platforms.
Crytek has released its newest free Update 2.1 on the PC version of Crysis Remastered. Most notably, it brings support for Nvidia's DLSS but also contains several other bug fixes.
Crysis Remastered is finally available on Xbox One, but it seems like it suffers from massive performance and visual glitches on Xbox One X. The ray-tracing mode doesn't work well.
Crytek has announced the revised release date of Crysis Remastered to be September 18. The shooter is heading to PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 with a software-based ray tracing solution.
Crytek has announced that the Nintendo Switch version of the upcoming Crysis Remaster will follow through with the original release schedule. The rest of the platforms are still delayed.
Just before Crytek was supposed to unveil gameplay of Crysis Remastered, the studio has announced a change of plans, pushing back the reveal as well as the release date by a "few weeks".
According to a page on the official Crysis website that had been uncovered by fans, Crytek is preparing to announce Crysis Remastered, an upgraded version of the shooter that set graphics standards.
At the PC Gaming Show during E3 2018, we got a glimpse at what's next for Crytek's popular Hunt: Showdown. Gamers can expect to see a range of new weapons as well as a tentacled monster soon.
Crytek has filed a lawsuit against Cloud Imperium Games, the developer of Star Citizen, alleging it to be in breach of contract; the Star Citizen developer has called it "a meritless lawsuit".
Renowned Frankfurt-based company Crytek has made the latest version of its game development engine essentially royalty-free, and unveiled a new benchmarking tool for VR enthusiasts.
German game maker Crytek is reportedly in financial trouble, resulting in delayed payments to employees, which has forced the staff of its UK division to stop working for the company.
As promised earlier this year, Crytek is now offering the full CryEngine development tools to anyone who wants to make games for a price of $9.90 a month, but the engine is currently just for Windows.
Sean Tracy at Crytek USA says that "8 gigs can easily be filled up," due to concerns over memory constraints. He added that "games will quickly hit the ceiling of a few gigs of ram."
Crytek is apparently answering Epic Games' offer of Unreal Engine 4 for $19 a month with its own plan to release the full version of its CryEngine tools for just $9.90 a month starting in May.
Microsoft has announced it will cut the price to download Ryse: Son of Rome for the Xbox One to $39.99 from February 18-24, in its first experiment with variable prices for digital Xbox One games.
Microsoft has announced it will offer a Season Pass of post-release content for the Xbox One launch title Ryse: Son of Rome, which will include four DLC packs for $19.99.
Microsoft has confirmed that it will offer a four part live action web series based on the Xbox One launch title "Ryse: Son of Rome," with the first episode coming Nov. 5.
Microsoft could be making a live action web series based on the upcoming Xbox One launch title Ryse: Son of Rome, based on an image that popped up briefly on the Xbox website.
Microsoft has revealed that the Xbox One launch title Ryse will support a way to purchase armor packs for multiplayer using real money but adds that the feature is purely optional.
We played a small portion of "Ryse," the upcoming third-person action game from developer Crytek that is being made as an exclusive launch title for Microsoft's Xbox One console.
More games have now been confirmed to be coming to Microsoft's Xbox One game console, including Ryse, a game that was first announced for the Xbox 360 console three years ago.
Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli said today that the upcoming future game consoles won't be able to surpass a current high-end gaming PC in terms of its hardware and performance.
Crytek has announced it will launch its first US-based game development studio in Austin, Texas, which will have 35 team members that were formerly a part of the now shut down THQ-owned Vigil Games.
Crytek and Electronic Arts will launch an open multiplayer beta test for the upcoming first person shooter Crysis 3 for the PC and other platforms starting on January 29th.
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.
Developer Crytek is already thinking about the next game in the Crysis series after Crysis 3 is released in February 2013, but it won't be a direct continuation of the sci-fi shooter series.
A new trailer for Crysis 3 has surfaced from the folks at Crytek and EA, and it shows off the beautiful CryEngine 3 alongside some of the features you can expect in the multiplayer component
Cevat Yerli, CEO of Crytek, says that the company is currently in a transistional phase, turning its focus towards the free to play, online market, and away from traditional distribution methods.
A banner inside the LA Convention Center for E3 2012 reveals that Trion will be the US publisher for Warface, the upcoming free-to-play shooter from developer Crytek
After being pulled from Steam soon after its release, Crysis 2 now returns to Valve's PC download service. The Crysis 2 Maximum Edition includes the game's DLC content in one bundle.
An interview with a spokesperson for Crytek has confirmed that a fourth TimeSplitters title is not currently in active development, despite previous rumors of a next-gen release.
Even though the Xbox 360 and PS3 don't have DX11-compatible hardware, Crysis 3 developer Crytek is claiming its upcoming shooter will have DirectX 11-quality graphics on the two consoles.
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.
Crytek employees are answering fan questions on Twitter, revealing Crysis 3 will be similar to the original's non-linear gameplay and have new anti-aliasing options.
As promised, Crytek and EA have announced plans to release the first person shooter sequel Crysis 3 in spring 2013. Pre-orders for the game are already being taken for early unlocks of content.
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.
The PC version of Crytek's latest sci-fi first person shooter Crysis 2 was the most pirated game on the Internet in 2011, according to a new story, with Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 coming in second.
A new rumor claims that Ryse, the upcoming Crytek developed Kinect-based action game, will now be released for the next generation Xbox console, rather than for the Xbox 360.