Crytek still planning retail games ahead of F2P switch

By Alice O'Connor, Feb 11, 2013 6:00pm PST

Crytek has spoken before about its hopes for free-to-play, hoping to escape the conventional retail model and solely make free-to-play games. The Crysis developer doesn't feel quite ready to make the switch yet but whether it takes two years or five, CEO Cevat Yerli has said...


"Warface is the new F2P running on the crytek engine right? If so this is pretty redundant, its ..."

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Free-to-play TimeSplitters envisioned by Crytek CEO

By Jeff Mattas, Jun 20, 2012 3:30pm PDT

Crytek's CEO has stated that he'd love to see the TimeSplitters franchise return, though it'd likely be a free-to-play title, rather than a retail release.


"Timed, Proxy, and Remote mines need to make a fucking comback. Also the god damned laptop gun."

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GFACE: Crytek's online service for video chat, streaming

By Steve Watts, Feb 02, 2012 7:45am PST

Crytek is at work on its own online gaming service. Titled GFACE, it promises to combine video chat, streaming gameplay, and multi-device support, among other features.


"wow.. look at all the comments in here showing how much we care about this announcement... lol"

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