Crytek is intent on shaking up the current FPS paradigm by transitioning entirely to a free-to-play (F2P) business model in two-to-five years.
One of the key features that gamers look forward to in terms of new consoles is raw graphics horsepower.
Crysis is one of the most successful FPS franchises ever, but its future may not be limited to a first-person perspective.
The current console cycle may be coming to an end, but that hasn't stopped Crytek from squeezing every last drop of horsepower from the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.
Veteran Hollywood director Albert Hughes is perhaps best known for co-directing the Denzel Washington science fiction/post-apocalyptic flick Book of Eli.
One of the most popular and seemingly successful video game franchises on the scene today is EA'a and Crytek's Crysis franchise.
I've been a huge fan of the Crysis franchise since the original game debuted years ago. So it comes as little surprise that expecations are sky-high for Crysis 3, which is due to hit shelves in February 2013.
I've been really stoked about Crysis 3 ever since the game was officially confirmed earlier this year for a February 2013 launch on the Xbox 360, PS3 and Windows PCs.
The long-awaited Crysis 3 will boast a slick "Hunter Mode" that supports up to 16 players at one time.
Crytek is showcasing its advanced CryEngine 3 - which will power the upcoming Crysis 3 - in a video that is both surreal and intensely immersive.
Crytek founder and CEO Cevat Yerli says the next generation of consoles from industry heavyweights such as Microsoft (Xbox 720) and Sony (PS4) is long overdue.
Rasmus Hojengaard, the director of creative development at Crytek, recently went on record as stating that used games should be blocked on next-gen consoles.
Every so often a clueless company exec lets fly with what he or she really thinks - without considering the ramifications.
Here's an early look at what to expect later this year.
The newest entry in one of the hottest PC gaming franchises is getting primed and ready.
Crytek has confirmed that Crysis 2 will not feature a co-op play option. Rather, the game is expected to boast a "beefy" campaign, making it a supposed must-buy for all FPS (console?) fanbois.
Crytek has debuted a new story trailer for its long-awaited Crysis 2 FPS game. The fast-paced video depicts a 2023 NYC under siege from storms, floods and a mysterious (flesh-eating?) virus outbreak.
A Crytek spokesperson is now claiming that a list of minimum system requirements posted on the company's German Facebook page wasn't finalized and lacked authority.
Core FPS fans across the world are eagerly awaiting the launch of Crysis 2 in March. But can the game be played - smoothly - on current PCs?
The long-awaited Crysis 2 demo for the Xbox 360 seems to be plagued by a number of annoying glitches, such as freezing and animation "quirks."