Crytek News


Crytek's first VR game, The Climb, releases today on Oculus Rift

By Daniel Perez, Apr 28, 2016 7:55am PDT

Get your talcum powder and energy bars ready. We're going climbing!


"Some oculus games have touch already implemented you just can't get the controllers yet - if you ..."

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CryEngine goes pay-what-you-want, optimizes for VR

By Steve Watts, Mar 15, 2016 1:15pm PDT

CryTek introduces a new way to develop on the cheap.


"Get ready for seeing these assets in shitty Steam Greenlight titles for months to come."

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The Climb dev diary talks inspiration behind creating a rock-climbing Oculus Rift game

By Daniel Perez, Feb 05, 2016 9:33am PST

Let's find out why it'll be fun to be completely scared out of your mind in The Climb.


"Yup, ok, I'm fully in. I want to do that with my Rift. Looks like fun."

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Crytek announces Oculus-exclusive rock-climbing game, The Climb

By Daniel Perez, Dec 15, 2015 6:31am PST

Make sure to do some stretches before taking on The Climb.


"According to Norm it feels fine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvYFsWSc9gU"

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Crytek announces PlayStation VR game, Robinson: The Journey

By Daniel Perez, Oct 27, 2015 11:14am PDT

Crytek has announced a new game for the PlayStation VR, called Robinson: The Journey.


Arena of Fate kicks off its closed beta at Gamescom 2015

By Ozzie Mejia, Aug 05, 2015 12:25am PDT

Crytek is celebrating Gamescom 2015 by kicking off the beta for its entry into the MOBA genre, Arena of Fate, opening the doors for attendees and those that have signed up on the game's website.


Interview: Crytek Cevat Yerli Talks Nvidia Shield

By John Gaudiosi, Mar 17, 2015 1:45pm PDT

Crytek founder Cevat Yerli talks about the power of the Tegra X1 Nvidia Shield and how Crysis 3 plays on a mobile chip in this Exclusive interview.


"I'm sad that only sponsored articles are the only articles about high end mobile gaming. For the ..."

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Ryse: Son of Rome PC review: Rise and Fall

By Steven Wong, Oct 09, 2014 11:15am PDT

Making its way from the Xbox One to the PC is Ryse: Son of Rome. Our review finds out whether it has the skill and power to win over the new platform.


"At a glance I always mistake the number for a score of some sort for the mentioned game no ..."

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Ryse: Son of Rome PC impressions: Face meets sword

By Steven Wong, Sep 19, 2014 2:00pm PDT

Ryse: Son of Rome will soon be marching its way onto the PC. I go hands-on with an early demo to see if the see if the game has the will and strength to conquer this territory. 


Ryse PC release date and specs revealed

By Daniel Perez, Sep 04, 2014 6:35am PDT

We now know what it'll take to run Ryse on your PC when it's released later next month.


"It's a shame because it's certainly a good game with impressive visuals, but its overall story ..."

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Ryse: Son of Rome set to dominate PC this fall

By Robert Workman, Aug 07, 2014 9:15am PDT

The Xbox One action game will soon dominate a new territory 


"It wasn't revolutionary or anything, but I had a lot of fun with it and it had a really fun coop ..."

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Hunt: Horrors of the Gilded Age transferred to Crytek Frankfurt

By Ozzie Mejia, Jul 30, 2014 1:50pm PDT

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.


"Or more likely that we will now see a kick starter for a spiritual successor of Darksiders?"

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Crytek no longer working on Homefront: The Revolution

By Robert Workman, Jul 30, 2014 9:20am PDT

Deep Silver and Koch Media have a new development studio working on the game.


"This better not bounce around anymore, this was the only game I preordered with my white Destiny ..."

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Crytek addresses financial troubles, will focus on free-to-play games

By Ozzie Mejia, Jul 28, 2014 10:50am PDT

Crytek is addressing long-running rumors of financial troubles, noting that they will step away from traditional game development in favor of focusing on free-to-play.


"Not too many people bought Crysis, and it's one of the best shooters ever."

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Crytek reportedly cancels projects amid financial difficulties

By Steve Watts, Jun 24, 2014 9:37am PDT

Crytek is reportedly undergoing financial troubles, causing it to miss payments and cancel projects like a sequel to Ryse.


"this post was good, but i felt about 10 seconds too long. Also the grammar never really got any ..."

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