Crysis 3 will melt your PC, says Crytek.
Don't fear the next-generation console wave, as Crytek's free-to-play movement should keep things alive on the PC front.
Crytek is backing a small team of developers creating what seems to be a social platform that borrows from Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Xbox Live while adding the game streaming abilities of OnLive.
MechWarrior Online will be a free-to-play PC game using Crytek's CryENGINE 3 in the second half of 2012.
Crytek is looking into supporting Flash Player 11 in CryEngine, but it may not be the same solution used by Epic.
Crytek released a free version of its CryENGINE 3 last week and it's already been downloaded over 100,000 times.
A LinkedIn profile reveals that the Crysis developer is currently working on a new FPS franchise for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and windows PC.
It’s here, it’s free, and it’s gorgeous. Crytek provides the DirectX 11 patch for which we've all waited, and we put it to the test to see just what it takes to run Crysis 2 at maximum fidelity. If you've been holding out, now's the time for Crysis 2.
Hopeful Crysis 2 modders start you engines, as CryTek will release an editor and the CryENGINE SDK this summer.
AMD is performing damage control, announcing its full support for DirectX after last week's interview with Richard Huddy.