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  • Crytek faultering

    As a heads up, it appears Crytek is in financial trouble. Crytek is behind the engine used in Star Citizen and titles such as Crysis.

    As of today, it was confirmed that Crytek sold the rights for Homefront. It appears that it was difficult to pay the studios working on the game. The future of Crytek is unknown.

    Deep Silver Acquires 'Homefront: The Revolution' Amid Crytek Woes - Forbes



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    Re: Crytek faultering

    The stories about Crytek are pretty jaw dropping if you do a search or regularly follow game development websites. Suffice to say their current woes are no reflection on their game engine or the talented development staff they have had work for them lol.


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      Re: Crytek faultering

      I don't want to see them go. Maybe somebody who knows how to manage money could buy them and keep the engine team going strong.



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      • #4
        Re: Crytek faultering

        I did love the crysis series, can't deny that.

        Im sure this wont affect SC developemnt too heavily
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