Information on the future of Crysis
The much discussed shooter Crysis has barely been on the market for a few days, and the first reports about the successor are already making the rounds. It was announced recently that a trilogy was being worked towards from the start - which, among other things, should explain the abrupt end.
As part of the 'Lichtblick4D Meet & Greet' event in Berlin, the head of the animation department, Steven Bender, made some more details about the sequels known. So not only the story about aliens and Koreans should be continued, but the optics should also get some additional improvements. These include movement sequences as well as facial textures and animations, which should achieve a more realistic gaming experience that should be similar to the intensity of films.
In addition, according to Bender's suggestions, Crytek has other projects in the pipeline in addition to the sequels of Crysis . Exactly which one remains unclear, but a title for the current generation of consoles would be conceivable. Crytek co-founder Cevat Yerli announced to GameStar that the CryEngine 2 will be ported within the next 18 months.
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