Crytek To Announce Two New Titles At This Year’s E3

It seems that Crytek’s E3 plans have just been leaked. According to one of our sources, that for obvious reasons wishes to stay anonymous, Crytek will be showing two new titles at this year’s E3. One of them is called Project Grave and the other one is called Arena of Fate.

Although we don’t have enough information for Project Grave (and we don’t know whether it will be a multi-platform title or not), we do know that Arena of Fate will be a PC-only game (most probably a free-to-play title powered by CRYENGINE).

Arena of Fate will be developed by Crytek Black Sea, the Bulgarian studio acquired by the German company in 2008, and will be focused on Multiplayer action.

Is this Crytek’s answer to Unreal Tournament? Or is this a MOBA title? We’ll soon find out.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

John Papadopoulos

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