Eurogamer: Crytek's Ryse, the long absent Roman warrior game that is built around the Kinect motion controller, is still in development - though a question mark remains on whether it's coming to the Xbox 360 or whether it's a next generation game.
720 launch game. MSFT doesn't announce games years before they're ready unless something big changed their plans(usually a year at most)
I think it will release on the next xbox too, it seems an ambitious game which I don't think is possible on the 360 or kinect and crytek won't release a shit game that doesn't work
Hopefully after the Shitstorm that was Steel Battalion they will reconsider Kinect only, and release it with controller support.
It was going to have standard controller support as well. Steel Battalion had partial controller support too.
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I really hope it will be Nextgen game, the concept is way to cool to be limited by the current kinect.
A Kinect 2 with a higher resolution and near zero lag might produce a good game.
Someone from Crytek already stated that they switched development to the next Xbox. This is going to be one of those new IP's that kick off the next generation for Microsoft. The funny thing is, people assumed it would be a crappy Kinect game, but they even stated it would be playable with a controller as well. So here's hoping there are multiple options to play the game on the Xbox 720.
Can't wait for this.
I hope that this is a next gen Kinect2/hybrid title. I love the seeting and it looks to be good, violent, and bloody.
Question is though is this going to be free to play title? It is from Crytek and if restarted development for a new generation they could have swapped to it. I personally still don't agree with THQ/Crytek on free to play being the future. Its more or less a fad to copy success of Zynga. It won't last long or well for most game companies.
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