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Crytek: Transforming the company to free-to-play | GRTV

GRTV recently posted an interview with Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli and director of creative development Rasmus Hoejengaard.

"Essentially it's really about transforming into a free-to-play company. We are not done with Crysis 3 yet, we are working on Crysis 3, we have Homefront 2 in development, we Ryse in development, these package goods games our triple-A blockbuster productions we're going to deliver as good as we can. I have no doubt about that. And then the company will be a hundred percent focusing on free-to-play. And free-to-play again, it doesn't mean it might not be a free-to-play Ryse, there might be a free-to-play Crysis, all of this is possibility, I'm not ruling that out by any means. I'm just saying, and I'm not ruling out console free-to-play either. I'm just saying we want to be free-to-play everywhere and we will make it with our partners going forward as well," (Crysis 3, Homefront: The Revolution, PC, PS3, Ryse: Son of Rome, Warface, Xbox 360)

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