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Hitman 3 game director will lead Crysis 4 development

Crysis 4 was declared in January with a minuscule mystery trailer, yet beside the way that it exists, and that “Crysis 4” is only a functioning title, nothing else was disclosed. From that point forward we’ve heard nothing about the impending first-individual shooter — the series’ first since 2012’s Crysis 3 — however have confidence it’s alive. Today, the authority Crysis Twitter account declared the task’s down chief. Also, it’s a name you could perceive: Mattias Engström was the game head of Hitman 3, yet is currently joining Crytek to lead improvement on Crysis 4. Engström has contributed to all of IO Interactive’s advanced Hitman set of three, filling in as a level planner on the initial two preceding assuming control on the finale...

Crysis 4 Rumors Suggest An Open World Prequel, Will Be A Significant Step Up In Graphics

Ever since Crysis 3 was released, the core Crytek studio has slowly devolved into a husk of its former self. Now primarily working as an Engine company, while releasing the occasional video game once every few years, Crytek has been mostly quiet about any more games in the Crysis franchise. However, rumors are slowly emerging about a new Crysis game, an open world prequel that will be a return to form for both the franchise and the studio. Speaking in an interview, Cevat Yerli, the CEO of Crytek had said. “It’s too early to really talk about it, because we don’t know yet. With Crysis 1, 2, and 3, we knew roughly. So even after Crysis 1, we knew what the next one’s could be – the different options of where we could take it. We stayed true to that. The technology and the storyline and ...

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