Gamers are probably familiar with Crytek, the developer behind the popular Crysis series of first person shooters, which have been known for their pretty high system requirements in order to run. Those with the required hardware or who have exceeded it are met with some pretty amazing graphics, so we guess we couldn’t contain ourselves when we heard that a game powered by Crytek’s CryEngine 3 (used for Crysis 2 and 3) will be arriving on the Nintendo Wii U. The game itself will not be developed by the folks at Crytek, instead according to Crytek’s CEO, Cevat Yerli, “In fact, there actually is a game in development from a respected developer that we will be announcing. I’ve seen the game running and it looks really great.” No word on who this developer is or what sort of game they will be producing, but if you’re a fan of Crytek’s work, then perhaps this is a game you’ll want to look out for. Until then be sure to check back with us regularly for more updates.
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