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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 966d ago | news

Crytek: CryEngine has nearly closed gap with Unreal in West

GIB:CryEngine is closing the gap with Epic Games' Unreal Engine, Crytek founder and CEO Cevat Yerli told GamesIndustry International. (Crytek, Industry, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

NYC_Gamer  +   966d ago
I hope CE3 starts being used by all huge publishers
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This is cool! Next gen games will hopefully lead with cry engine & unreal rivalry.

If cry engine 3 export to mobile and linux and mac that would be a huge win for them.
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ShoryukenII  +   966d ago
Maybe Unreal will actually try to make an excellent engine next gen. This gen's Unreal looks to similar across most games. :/
pain777pas  +   966d ago
Honestly UE4 looks good and much easier to use than previous gen. This is the innovation that is needed in gaming is once you create the wire frame artists can start to draw right on the frame and put in engine. They have to make the engine such that you can have a 7 year old draw and drag and drop assets right into a game world. I think that Naughty Dog is in the best at mo cap to engine right now. However, I think that they have to get to the point where once sizes of wire frames are decided they have to have everything rendering in engine real time while the actors are acting that goes for facial capture aswell. I will go on record that next gen will be easier to make games then this gen because of the engines alone will be robust and versatile. UE4 seems to be able to allow one person to make a game in a relatively short span of time if they think it through. The issue will always be how much resources is the UE4 engine taxing hardware. They have to optomize the engine in such a way that it can run on any thing.
Mathew9R   966d ago | Spam
Zha1tan  +   966d ago
their engine does not do online games very well.
JellyJelly  +   966d ago
Probably has more to do with the netcode than the engine itself.
chasegarcia  +   966d ago
what?
I played Crysis 2 online on a PC with no problems whatsoever.
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raytraceme  +   966d ago
KEYWORD: PC
chasegarcia  +   966d ago
OK lol
Crytek at the time did not have much console experience hence the issues.
bubblebeam  +   966d ago
Still, I think Crytek need to stop sniffing their own arse. We know your engine is powerful, but they never shut up and always try to bring down the competition.

Regardless of how powerful your engine is, you guys seem inept at telling a half decent story.
rjsdosn   966d ago | Spam
bozebo  +   966d ago
"But technology will drive gameplay, always"

Hahaha, what.

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