Back in the day, Crytek’s Crysis franchise was a popular game amongst PC gamers, namely due to the fact that they generally required pretty high-end gaming hardware, and was frequently used to benchmark computers, although the game eventually made its way onto the last-generation consoles.
When gamers think of FPS games designed to push their gaming rigs to the limit, Crytek’s Crysis series of games comes to mind. While we’re not sure when the next Crysis will be released, the folks at Frame 6 have decided that maybe Crysis might be more fun played as a board game and have since launched a Kickstarter campaign for it.The creators of the game are hoping €85,000 and […]
For those of you out there who are wondering just how much better can the visuals in a video game get from today, perhaps you can take a peek into the future with this particular Crysis 3 resolution hack from K-putt. He managed to tweak the first-person shooter’s main Windows program file in order to have the game’s visuals run at up to an extremely generous 8K (to be more […]
After having its screenshots of the game leaked earlier this week, we’ve now got more Crysis 3 for you gamers out there. EA and Crytek have just released an almost 19-minute long demo video showing off what the single player component of Crysis 3 is going to be like. Users choose whether they want to see the action carried out in stealth mode or armor mode. So for those of […]
Looking forward to Crysis 3? So are we, and to help quench your thirst this week, we’ve got some newly leaked screenshots of what the game is going to look like. The images were posted on the blog of a senior lighting artist at Crytek, though they’ve been removed since then. Fortunately nothing truly disappears on the internet and we can still see how the game is coming along so […]
We did skim the topic on Crysis 3 being announced sometime next week after Origin has leaked listings of the unannounced title, with GameReactor Sweden teasing the masses with cover art of the game alongside listings of the different versions of the game – Limited Edition for the Xbox, Limited Edition for the PC and a digital download for the PC. Well, a Russian website has seemingly decided to take […]
Back in July we reported that the original Crysis would be arriving on consoles, and it looks like the day has finally arrived. EA and Crytek announced today that critically-acclaimed, single-player campaign from Crysis Is now available on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Unfortunately it looks like there won’t be any multi-player mode for the console versions of the game so those of you looking to relive the multiplayer […]
Most, if not all, FPS (first person shooter) gamers know about game company Crytek who has produced games such as Far Cry and Crysis, both of which featured stellar graphics and immersive gameplay. If you did not already know, both games were created using Crytek’s very own engine, CryENGINE, and if you’ve ever wanted to get your hands on the SDK, it looks like your chance is here.
With the visually stunning Crysis series and along with Far Cry, Crytek is a company that is well-known among FPS gamers all over the world. It appears that an upcoming third person shooter by the game company has been cancelled, which we’re guessing will disappoint many of their fans around the world. However all is not lost as it seems that a new game has taken its place.
When Crysis was first introduced to the PC back in 2007, it was notoriously famous for bringing even the best gaming rigs down to their knees. For many years it remained the go to game when it came to testing out the performance of a computer’s graphic capabilities. Well it’s now 2011, and technology has come a long way since then. Crysis 2 was released recently, and while it came […]
Even if you don’t play PC games, you’ll probably still know what “But does it run Crysis?” (Cheat sheet: it means “Is your PC’s CPU and GPU powerful enough?”) Digital Foundry’s new Crysis 2 is just as beefy as Crysis was on PC. The only thing that’s changed this time around is that the visually stunning game is no longer a PC-exclusive – it’s also available on Xbox 360 and […]
Many gamers were pretty disappointed when Crysis 2 launched without Direct X 11 support. It was a game that was meant to raise the bar for computer game graphics but it had shipped without the ability to take full advantage of the latest graphics cards available on the market. Obviously people cried foul, and it seems Crytek has heard those cries. Well, Tom Ebsworth, the community manager at MyCrysis and […]
Fans of Crysis have a reason to jump for joy. Crytek, has just released the multiplayer demo of their highly-anticipated first person shooter – Crysis 2. Though a beta version of the complete build leaked out recently, it didn’t have the multiplayer component of the game which is what most gamers have been looking forward to. PC gamers can now experience it with this 2-level, multiplayer demo of the game. […]
The minimum system requirements to run Crytek’s upcoming FPS game, Crysis 2, have been revealed and no surprise – they match the recommended system requirements for the first Crysis. You might think this isn’t a big deal, but take into account that this is the minimum requirement to run the game. Minimum probably means all the special effects turned off, low-res textures being used and so on. Would you really […]