Crytek to demonstrate “next-generation DX11 graphics and tools upgrades” for CryEngine 3 at GDC

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 2 March 2012 16:01 GMT

Crytek will demonstrate upgrades to CryEngine 3, including “next-generation DX11 graphics and tools upgrades” at GDC next week along with advancements to the AI System and UI Actions.

According to Develop, the newest tech upgrades will be shown at Crytek’s GDC booth.

Last month week, a job posting noted that EA had signed with Crytek for a new project.

Speculation on what it could be ensued, but at present, the only other confirmed developments from the firm are the Kinect-exclusive Ryse, THQ’s Homefront 2, the free-to-play Warface, as and Crytek’s new social platform GFACE.

GDC takes place next week in San Francisco.

Thanks, Develop.

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