Crytek

  • Shock: Graphics being equal, Crysis 2 said to run better on PS3 than Xbox 360 (but best on PC)

    It was only a few days ago that Crytek and EA showed off Crysis 2 to the world’s gaming press—and CrunchGear. It looks crazy, yes, and that finely tuned opinion—”it looks crazy”—is based on the Xbox 360 version. But if we believe Crytek’s business development boss, then the game runs even better on the PS3 than it does the Xbox 360. The games may… Read More

  • 'Yeah, but does it run Crysis 2?'

    The World’s video game press gathered in New York on Tuesday for the world premiere of Crysis 2, the sequel to the game whose memory lives in on the question, “Yeah, but does it run Crysis?” It’s no coincidence that Crtyek, the game’s developers, and EA, the game’s publisher, chose New York to show off the game, with Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli calling the… Read More

  • Video: Crysis 2 debuts in Times Square

    http://www.viddler.com/player/de2d6aaf/ Pedestrians in Times Square were treated to the debut trailer of Crysis 2, the next game from Crytek (and publisher EA) that will bring your PC to its knees. Well, unless you’re playing the console version. There’s a countdown timer on some sort of Web site, wonder what that means… Read More

  • GDC 09: Crytek shows off CryENGINE 3

    About two weeks ago, Crytek announced their next-gen dev platform, CryENGINE 3, and with the start of GDC today they finally showed it off. Check it out after the jump. Read More

  • Electronic Arts to build Crysis-ready gaming PCs?

    Gotta admit that I didn’t see this one coming. Apparently in anticipation of Crysis Warhead, Electronic Arts will be getting into the hardware business with some gaming PCs made to “correspond to Crysis Warhead’s levels of graphical detail, with a likely price range being $600-$800,” according to Remowned. The rumor was overheard at EA’s Comic-Con booth. A rep… Read More

  • Crytek dropping PC exclusivity thanks to piracy

    In an interview with PC Play Magazine, when asked about the current state of PC gaming, Crytek president Cevat Terli said: “We are suffering currently from the huge piracy that is encompassing Crysis. We seem to lead the charts in piracy by a large margin, a chart leading that is not desirable. I believe that’s the core problem of PC Gaming, piracy.  To the degree PC Gamers… Read More