Tag Archives: Crytek

Crytek shares cryptic message, hinting at either Crysis 4 or Crysis Remake/Remaster

Back on April 1st, Crytek updated the official website for Crysis. And while its source code hinting at this being an April Fools joke, Crytek may very well be working on a new Crysis game. Earlier today, the team has shared a cryptic message, hinting at either Crysis 4 or Crysis Remake/Remaster. Continue reading Crytek shares cryptic message, hinting at either Crysis 4 or Crysis Remake/Remaster

Be warned, Crytek updates the official website of Crysis for an April Fools joke

A lot of PC gamers are hoping for a remaster of the first Crysis game. And while Crytek may have teased something like that in its previous CRYENGINE trailers, we’re pretty sure that this won’t happen anytime soon. Thus, we’ve decided to warn you about an upcoming April Fools joke related to this franchise. Continue reading Be warned, Crytek updates the official website of Crysis for an April Fools joke

New screenshots from the Crysis Remaster scene that was featured in CRYENGINE 5.6 Tech Trailer

In August 2019, Crytek shared a new tech trailer for CRYENGINE 5.6. That trailer featured a scene from the first Crysis game being remastered in the latest version of Crytek’s Engine. Now while some assumed that this was a hint at a Crysis Remaster, both Crytek and EA have not announced anything yet. Still, you can find below some additional screenshots from that scene. Continue reading New screenshots from the Crysis Remaster scene that was featured in CRYENGINE 5.6 Tech Trailer

Cloud Imperium and Crytek have settled their Star Citizen/Cryengine case out of court

Back in 2017, we informed you about Crytek’s lawsuit against Cloud Imperium. In case you weren’t aware of, Crytek sued Cloud Imperium for violating a contract. Cloud Imperium responded in 2018 to that lawsuit, eliminating virtually all of Crytek’s claims. And today, it has come to our attention that the companies have settled their case out of court. Continue reading Cloud Imperium and Crytek have settled their Star Citizen/Cryengine case out of court

Crytek releases free Ray Tracing benchmark “Neon Noir”, works on both AMD and NVIDIA GPUs

Crytek has just released a free ray tracing benchmark based on the ray tracing demo of the same name, which was made available as a video at GDC 2019. As you may have guessed, this tech demo is using CRYENGINE and works on both AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards. Continue reading Crytek releases free Ray Tracing benchmark “Neon Noir”, works on both AMD and NVIDIA GPUs

CRYENGINE 5.6 is now available to developers, featuring more than 1000 changes to the engine

Crytek has announced that CRYENGINE 5.6 is available now for all game developers. According to the team, this major new release includes over 1,000 changes to the engine. Crytek has also released a CRYENGINE 5.6 technology video, showcasing just some of the new features in the engine. Continue reading CRYENGINE 5.6 is now available to developers, featuring more than 1000 changes to the engine

Crytek’s online multiplayer bounty hunting game, Hunt: Showdown, leaves Early Access and is fully released

Crytek has announced that its online multiplayer bounty hunting game, Hunt: Showdown, has left Early Access and is fully released on Steam. In order to celebrate this announcement, Crytek also released the game’s official launch trailer that you can find below. Continue reading Crytek’s online multiplayer bounty hunting game, Hunt: Showdown, leaves Early Access and is fully released

Far Cry gets a 5GB AI-enhanced HD Texture Pack, available for download, comparison screenshots

Now here is something that passed under our radar. A while back, modder ‘Zeneric’ released an AI-enhanced HD Texture Pack for the first Far Cry game. Zeneric used Topaz’s A.I. Gigapixel and ESRGAN in order to improve the quality of textures by four times. Continue reading Far Cry gets a 5GB AI-enhanced HD Texture Pack, available for download, comparison screenshots