Cryengine • Page 2

  • EA and Crytek teaming up for another game

    In news sure to astound at least two people, Crytek, a video game developer, is making a video game. An EA job ad found by All Games Beta shows the publisher has signed on the Crysis developer for a new project. Speculation on the new title includes such zingers as “it might be a Crysis […]

  • MechWarrior Online built on CryEngine 3

    MechWarrior Online will be built on Crytek’s award-winning CryEngine 3. According to a post on the game’s website, Piranha Bytes president Russ Bullock believes the tech will allow for “a truly unique AAA experience”. The long-awaited return to a beloved PC gaming franchise was announced at the end of October as a free-to-play MMO mech […]

  • Crytek developers "very happy" with HD Wii U

    The success of Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U really hinges on how many third-party developers jump in bed with the new console. At this stage, it looks like you can consider Crytek already lining up for the fan-club, with developers reportedly “very happy” with what the hardware can do.

  • Crytek: CryEngine 3 "the best engine" and "going everywhere"

    Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli has flatly dismissed competitors, saying CryEngine 3 is the best engine available, will soon be available on every platform.

  • Crytek to bring CryEngine to Wii U

    Crytek’s confirmed that it’ll bring CryEngine to Wii U.

  • Crytek: Crysis 2's about "making gameplay that’s unique" to both consoles and PC

    During the Crysis 2 event in New York City this week, Pat had a chance to sit down with Crytek president Cevat Yerli and chat about the game and how the developers wanted the console version of the game to be on par with the PC version.

  • NCsoft releases 16 new Aion shots

    Yep, 15 shots for Aion: The Tower of Eternity, and they’re right lovely. The western version of NCsoft’s CryEngine-developed MMO is expected sometime this fall. Take a look at ‘em over on GamePlanet.

  • Yerli: "The next graphics breakthrough will come in 2011/12"

    Speaking to Gamespot, Crytek boss Cevat Yerli’s predicted that the next console round will bring a graphical “renaissance”. “The next graphics breakthrough will come in 2011/12, especially because it will be linked to next-generation consoles,” said the exec. “I think the PlayStation 4, or the Xbox 720, and the PC generation that equals that will […]

  • Crytek: Crysis cost $22 million, next engine due 2012

    Speaking at GCDC yesterday ahead of Games Convention this morning, Crytek’s Cevat Yerli confirmed that Crysis cost $22 million to make. The dev boss also said that the next version of CryEngine would be due in 2012. Thanks, Joystiq.

Page 2

Cryengine Latest

  • No latest news found.