Crytek sites hacked, user information possibly compromised
Crytek is the latest to suffer a hacker attack. Four sites have been affected and user information may have been compromised.READ MORE >
Crytek working on The Collectibles for iOS
Crytek likes action games, given the Far Cry and Crysis series, and the recently revealed Roman war title Ryse for Xbox One. But it appears that the developer is working on a new tactical action title exclusively for iOS called The Collectibles.READ MORE >
Crytek's Ryse: Son of Rome is an Xbox One launch game
Powered by the latest version of CryEngine, the debut Xbox One trailer of Ryse impressed audiences at Microsoft's E3 press conference--even if the gameplay seemed a bit too reliant on QTEs.READ MORE >
Darksiders devs to bid on franchise rights, 'belongs in the hands of its creators'
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."READ MORE >
Crysis 3 Wii U was made but 'had to die'
The Wii U is a reasonably powerful piece of kit, so how come the recent launch of Crysis 3 skipped it? Developer Crytek did actually have the supersuit shooter up and running on Nintendo's new console, CEO Cevat Yerli has revealed, but the powers that be wouldn't commit to ...READ MORE >
Crytek head says next-gen consoles 'impossible' to match PCs
Crytek head Cevat Yerli talks about the hurdles faced by Sony and Microsoft, claiming it is "impossible" for a reasonably-priced console to match high-end gaming PCs.READ MORE >
Crysis 3 trailer deploys ZZ Top
An earlier Crysis 3 trailer wanted to inspire awkward feelings of awe and arousal for one of the FPS's guns, apparently. Now a new commercial wants to spark similar desires for its protagonist, with a little help from ZZ Top. Boys want to be him, I guess, and girls want to b...READ MORE >
Crytek still planning retail games ahead of F2P switch
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...READ MORE >