Crytek continues its multiplatform approach to development with Crysis 3, aiming to satisfy everyone from console owners to the PC gamers that are so hardcore, they cosplay as "parallax occlusion mapping." The developer hopes to have Direct X 11 support for PC at launch this time -- one of several advantages, it says, of having spent 14 months creating content and enhancing CryEngine 3, as opposed to building it and an accompanying game for three major systems.
Staff departures continue at troubled developer. Crysis 3 and Ryse producer Mike Read appears to have departed from Crytek amidst widespread news of financial woes at the developer. Click here to read the full article Read Post
As of today, PC gamers can download the DirectX 11 Ultra Upgrade and high-resolution textures for Crysis 2, which Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli believes to be "a sneak peak of how PC gaming will evolve in the future." Crytek recommends hav... Read Post
In an elegant and swift update on the Crysis 2 forums, Crytek announced the game would receive DirectX 11 support in the future through the release of a patch, but not until the developer was sure it would satisfy PC gamers in every... Read Post