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.
Several years ago, we reported that Crytek decided to license out their game engine CryEngine at a subscription fee of $10 a month. The affordable subscription meant that developers who are interested in creating games but don’t have the money of bigger studios will still have access to reputable engines.
Right now it seems that there are a lot of emphases placed on teaching kids how to code. These are obviously skills that will be required in the future as more gadgets are becoming connected these days. However, it also seems that the folks at Crytek think that virtual reality is just as important, and want to start putting VR dev labs in schools.
Crytek’s Ryse: Son of Rome was originally released as an exclusive to the Microsoft Xbox One platform. However it was later revealed that the game would be arriving on the PC as well, although according to a recent post on Crytek’s blog, the PC version of the game will see some changes made to it.For starters Crytek has stated that microtransactions will be a feature missing from the PC version […]
A few days ago, Ryse: Son of Rome’s PC release date was confirmed thanks to a listing on the Steam page. Along with the listing was the hardware specs that gamers were required to have in order to run the game. Now if you checked out the specs back then, you might have been shocked as it was a little high.Well Crytek has since updated the product page and introduced […]
Back in 2013, developer Crytek showed off their game for the Microsoft Xbox One in the form of Ryse: Son of Rome. As expected of Crytek, the game looked quite flawless in terms of its graphics and based on what we can see, proved to be a pretty gory action game as well. Now we’re sure some gamers are thinking that if it looked this good now, what will the […]
Co-op games are fun, especially if you have a tight group of gamer friends that you can play with. If you’re looking for a game like that, Crytek might have something for you in the form of Hunt: Horrors of the Gilded Edge. The game is basically a four-player co-op game that lets players play together to hunt boss-like monsters.If you’re wondering why this sounds familiar, it’s because Turtle Rock […]
The Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 currently feature 8GB of RAM each. By PC standards, that’s pretty decent and should be more than enough to handle games and applications, unless of course you’re looking for the best performance possible, in which you will probably need more than 8GB.But will 8GB of RAM be enough for console games? Well developer Crytek doesn’t seem to think so, and has recently expressed […]
Some gamers might have heard by now that GameSpy’s services will be shutting down on the 31st of May. What this means is that some games will end up losing multiplayer support, but at the same time some of these games are pretty old so there is a chance that not that many gamers will be affected.However if you’re one of those who are still playing titles such as Crysis […]
Earlier we reported that Epic Games had announced during GDC 2014 that Unreal Engine 4 would become a subscription-based product, in which developers will be able to access the engine, editors, and even the source code for $19.99 a month.This is good news for small time developers looking to make some pretty impressive games or utilize Unreal Engine 4 for other purposes. However it seems that Crytek has decided to […]
Crytek is probably a name that many are familiar with when it comes to games on consoles and the PC, especially when the games are visually stunning. Titles such as Crysis 3 and Ryse: Son of Rome come to mind, and the good news for mobile gamers is that if you’ve loved Crytek’s previous releases, you might be interested to learn that the company will be entering the mobile space […]
We’re sure that some Nintendo Wii U owners are bummed that Crysis 3 will not be arriving on their console, as stated by Crytek themselves. However if it is any consolation, it seems that the developers came pretty close to launching Crysis 3 on Nintendo’s latest console system. According to Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli (via VentureBeat), the developer managed to get the game up and running on the Wii U […]
If you’re planning on playing Crytek’s upcoming Crysis 3 on your computer instead of a console like the Xbox 360 or the PlayStation 3, Crytek has announced the minimum and recommended PC specs that you will need in order to either run it at bare minimal settings, or at a comfortable settings that will allow you to enjoy the game’s graphics, although maybe not maxed out. Windows XP has not […]
It is no secret that Crytek’s Crysis franchise has been pretty demanding when it comes to computer hardware requirements, and while the game is playable even on its lowest settings, what gamer can say no to the ability to set the game on ultra and enjoy it as it was meant to be? That being said, the upcoming Crysis 3 should be no different from its predecessors and we expect […]