Crytek opens Korean office

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 18 November 2008 15:21 GMT

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Crytek’s opened an office in Seoul, the company’s announced.

The team will be focused primarily on licensing CryENGINE.

“Establishing an office in Seoul was the logical step to expand our business in Korea as well as giving our engine licensees in this region the best possible support, through direct access to a dedicated local team,” said Faruk Yerli, Cytek boss.

Stop faffing about with Korea and sort Crysis on consoles, please.

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