The Crysis developer is hiring for a new project.
Yes, it can run Crysis.
Remasters of sequels also do not seem to be on the docket.
More teases that something is coming.
EA's first person shooter franchise could be gearing up for some sort of a comeback.
To answer the age old question, yes, it can run Crysis.
'For us, it is about making great games.'
Crytek confirms that the older games' multiplayer won't survive come May 31st.
All three games and their DLC available for just £34.99.
"Crysis is something that has really helped build Crytek to what it is today"
"I wouldn’t name it Crysis 4 at this stage because it would be misleading."
"With Crysis 3, we looked at what people liked about Crysis 2 and what we could do to improve it."
Good news? Hell yes.
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