Some of the most disappointing exclusive launches we've seen on the Xbox One.
Sales are a part of it.
Formerly Xbox One exclusive, Crytek's action title hit Steam and GameStop today.
Crytek's Brian Chambers talks about the upcoming PC version and its various new features.
For $50, you get the game and all the DLC.
Senior producer Brian Chambers reveals the numerous updates the PC version will have over Xbox One.
Senior producer Brian Chambers says the company "can't comment" on a sequel.
Brian Chambers talks about the limitations of consoles especially with regards to resolution.
Senior Producer at Crytek, Brian Chambers comments on the lack of PS4 version of Ryse.
It demands a sacrifice of your firstborn.
'Both consoles were dated at launch.'
They may be down, but Microsoft are definitely not out.
'It's our IP, we can do whatever we want.'
Crytek "100 percent not happy with Xbox One sales" right now.
Imagine the possibilities with mod support for the upcoming PC version.
The Romans return with 4K support.
Crytek reports "positive feedback during and after E3".
New Arenas and Easter Eggs await.
GamingBolt speaks to Crytek's US Engine Business Development Manager Sean Tracy to know all about CryEngine and the latest games development trends.
Crytek's Sean Tracy talks about how the Ryse dev team took advantage of the Xbox One.