The Crysis developer promises to reveal more info at E3.
Less than two years after it was set up from the rubble of Vigil, Crytek USA will no longer focus on games and has suffered massive layoffs.
Even in the late nineteenth century, the spectre of the dead coming to life looms large. So it's time to pick up some rusted weapons and put them back in their place. Crytek has unveiled a the debut game from their U.S. branch, a brand new IP titled HUNT: Horrors of the Gilded Age.
Crytek USA CEO David Adams has said he plans to bid on the Darksiders IP when it goes up for auction, claiming he wants to bring it "home with its creators."
The newly-formed Crytek USA promises to take some of the talent lost at Vigil, offering "a new start" for members of that team.