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  • Blog Post: Crytek Showcases Robinson: The Journey For PlayStation VR

    After extolling the virtues of VR development, Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli took the Sony stage at Paris Games Week to show the studio's Robinson: The Journey, built exclusively for virtual reality. Robinson: The Journey puts the player in a lush environment guided by a floating robo-buddy, using real... More
  • Blog Post: There Are Three New Achievements For Ryse On Xbox One

    We’re going to file this one under “R” for “Really?” Microsoft has added three new achievements to Xbox One launch title Ryse: Son of Rome. For those more interested in the campaign, the 50-point “Et, tu, Brute” achievement can be earned by saving the Emperor... More
  • Blog Post: Homefront: The Revolution Dated For 2016, Timesplitters Veteran Leading New Studio

    Following Crytek's financial woes and the deterioration of its relationship with Deep Silver last year, the Dead Island-publisher acquired the rights to the Homefront franchise. What followed was the formation of a new studio, Dambuster Studios and, as we suspected, the delay of the Homefront: The... More
  • Blog Post: Crytek Pins Blame For Warface Xbox 360 Cancelation On Microsoft

    Following Tuesday's announcement that Crytek will end Warface on Xbox 360 after less than a year, we reached out to the developer for more information. In response, a company representative told us that the decision to cease work on the game came from Microsoft. “With Microsoft acting as publisher... More
  • Blog Post: Crytek Pulls Plug On Xbox 360 Version Of Warface After Less Than A Year

    Well, that didn’t last very long. Crytek is putting its free-to-play military shooter out to pasture on Xbox 360 after less than a year. The developer announced via its Facebook page today that service will cease on February 1, 2015. The game was released from beta on Xbox 360 on April 22, 2014... More
  • Blog Post: Ex-Vigil Games Founder Leaves Crytek, Forms New Studio

    Several ex-Vigil Games developers have left Crytek Austin to form Gunfire Games. The new company is considering attempting to return to the Darksiders franchise. In an interview with Polygon, ex-Vigil founder and ex-Crytek U.S. head David Adams says that a recent exodus of talent from Crytek's Austin... More
  • Blog Post: Crytek's Cevat Yerli: Unpaid Employees Were 'Impatient' And 'Emotional'

    In an interview, Crytek head Cevat Yerli addresses the company's recent struggles, new funding, and said that some staff had expectations that were "unrealistic." Speaking with Eurogamer, Yerli addressed the company's recent struggles and its decision to sell the Homefront franchise... More
  • Blog Post: Deep Silver Did Not Buy TimeSplitters Franchise From Crytek

    Deep Silver recently saved the Homefront series from the wreckage of Crytek UK. However, the company did not do the same for TimeSplitters. Crytek had experienced financial difficulties recently, leading to staff at Crytek UK staff not being paid, and throwing the development of Homefront: The Revolution... More
  • Blog Post: Ryse: Son Of Rome Comes To PC In 4K Resolution

    Crytek has announced that it's bringing the gorgeous-but-flawed Xbox One launch title to PC, and the game is getting even prettier in the transition. Crytek is self-publishing the digital version of the game this fall, and partnering with Deep Silver for a boxed version. The PC version will support... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Deep Silver Buys Homefront, UK Staff To Transfer To New Dambuster Studio, Crytek USA Scaled Back

    Update #3: Reports are surfacing that Crytek USA employees started walking off the job as early as June, after weeks of not being paid. Kotaku reports that leadership was among those that have departed already. We were able to confirm a number of employee departures in June and July, with placements... More
  • Blog Post: Crytek Addresses Financial Problems, No Comment On Hunt Or Homefront

    Crytek has addressed some of the concerns regarding its current financial position and its relationship with employees, who have reportedly walked off the job after not receiving pay. The Crysis and Homefront studio has issued its first statement since news of its troubles broke last month. Immediately... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Staff At Homefront Developer Crytek UK Not Reporting To Work

    Update: Reports are saying that, after not having been paid full wages, the staff at Crytek UK has filed grievance letters and left work. Kotaku, citing multiple sources, is reporting that over 100 Crytek UK employees have left and are not reporting, after repeated problems with not receiving paychecks... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Ryse 2 Canceled Amid Financial Woes At Crytek

    Negative news reports continue to circle around Crytek. With its Homefront game already in question, now a Ryse sequel is said to be canceled. A few days ago, reports circulated that financial worries at Crytek UK were putting the development of a new Homefront title in question. There were also off... More
  • Blog Post: [Confirmed] Homefront: The Revolution Appears On Retailer Site With Crytek, Deep Silver Logos

    Update: Deep Silver has announced Homefront: The Revolution. You can read more here . Original Story: Boxart for a new Homefront title has appeared (and subsequently disappeared) from Swedish retailer FZ. The image indicates that Deep Silver will be publishing, with Crytek handling development. OPM was... More
  • 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: This Week In Mobile – Demons, Doodles, And Collectibles

    It’s a blast from the past this week with a classic JRPG making its way stateside for the first time and a shooter that looks like it came straight out of an 80s arcade. We also have a free-to-play card-based strategy game from the creators of Crysis. Check out our picks this week. TriBlaster Developer... More
  • Blog Post: Crytek's Free To Play Mobile Game The Collectables Now Available On iOS

    The Collectables, the free to play card and strategy game from Crytek, is available now for iOS devices. In the game, players control a four-man team on a mission to liberate a series of islands from a hostile military group. You have a deck of cards to augment your team that can used once per mission... 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: Kid-Friendly Payment Options Coming To Consoles This Year

    As microtransactions permeate more of the gaming industry, parents increasingly have to be concerned with excessive charges showing up on their accounts. Apple and Google have both recently been the target of lawsuits centered on the in-app transaction practice, with Apple settling for $32.5 million... More
  • Blog Post: Ryse's Challenge Editor Canceled

    If you were looking forward to the upcoming challenge editor for the Xbox One launch title Ryse, you should brace for some bad news. Crytek and Microsoft have put a stop to their plans to release the mode. In a statement to Polygon , Microsoft explained the cancellation and the plan going forward: "After... More
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