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  • Blog Post: Robotoki's Human Element Goes With CryEngine

    Developer Robotoki, founded by former Call of Duty creative strategist Robert Bowling, has announced that its upcoming survival game, Human Element, will be developed with CryEngine. Originally announced in 2012, shortly after Bowling's decision to leave Activision, Human Element takes place 35 years... More
  • Blog Post: Crytek Announces Royalty-Free CryEngine Licensing Subscription Plan

    Today, Crytek announced its "Engine-as-a-Service" (EaaS) program, which allows developers to take advantage of its CryEngine technology and development tools for a monthly fee. The service will begin in May of this year, and will offer multiple tiers of service. The first tier will offer access... More
  • Blog Post: New MechWarrior Uses CryEngine 3

    The new free-to-play MechWarrior Online was announced last month, and while details are still scarce, developer Piranha Games has revealed that it will use Crytek's CryEngine 3. Unsurprisingly, both parties involved seem to be delighted with the choice according to a press release. "Both Piranha... More
  • Blog Post: Crytek Comments On Vita, Mobile Gaming, New IP

    In a recent interview, Crytek's CEO had a lot to say about the direction the industry may be headed. The interview appeared in the most recent issue of Develop magazine . CEO Cevat Yerli expresses some clear ambitions for his company to move into new gaming platforms in the coming months and years... More
  • Blog Post: Free Crysis 2 Editor, CryENGINE 3 SDK Coming By August

    If you're a modder, Crytek has some news that might be of interest to you: Crytek is releasing a pair of tools that by August that will give you complete access to Crysis 2's game engine. Crytek president and CEO Cevat Yerli has posted an open letter to the gaming community announcing his company's... More
  • Blog Post: Schools Can Use CryEngine For Free

    Crytek recently announced that it is handing out free CryEngine 3 licenses to educational facilities. The developer had previously embarked on an initiative to compete against Epic Games' Unreal Engine 3 in the lucrative middleware market. The decision makes all kinds of sense. One of the biggest... More
  • Blog Post: Crytek Wants A Piece Of Epic's Pie

    German developer Crytek (Crysis, Far Cry) is making a push to license its latest rendering technology, dubbed CryEngine 3, to other developers. Most gamers will recognize the lush jungle vistas the technology is known for, but Crytek president/CEO Cevat Yerli points toward his product's more workflow... More
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