Submitted by Chrono 1107d ago | news

Crytek's franchise getting more 'flexible' after Crysis 3, possibly F2P

"We do have a plan for a F2P version of Crysis, but how this looks and when this will be done, whether this is the next one or the next next one, is to be decided," Cevat Yerli, CEO and President of Crytek, said. (Crysis, Crytek, Industry, PC)

paydayp  +   1108d ago
i tought they said a while back every game they were going to make after the retail ones who were in production at that time where going to be F2P.
#1 (Edited 1108d ago ) | Agree(0) | Disagree(0) | Report | Reply
zeal0us  +   1107d ago
I'm guessing the multi-player portion would be F2P while you would still have to pay for the single-player/story mode.

More than likely the multiplayer would be equip with a cash shop similar to that of Combat Arms or something similar to the way ME3 Cash-shop is done.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
New stories

Japanese singer B'z Inaba Koshi's first single in 5 years will include Yakuza Kenzan song

3m ago - Japanese singer Inaba Koshi (B'z) will release his solo single "Hane" on January 13, 2016. Bes... | Culture

NGB | Bloodborne: The Old Hunters Review

21m ago - NGB Wrote: "I don’t have anything bad to say about The Old Hunters if I’m honest. I love Bloodbor... | PS4

‘Rise Of The Tomb Raider’: Camilla Luddington Discusses Exciting New Lara Croft Sequel

21m ago - Camilla Luddington is back as Lara Croft in Rise of the Tomb Raider, a new sequel in the reboote... | PC

Ghosts, Suicides and lots of Picture Taking: Project Zero Maiden of Black Water | Miketendo64

33m ago - Miketendo64: "I was heavily disappointed with how badly this game didn’t make me jump, make me wa... | Wii U

Project Zero - Maiden of Black Water review: Photo shock | Independent

33m ago - The cult Japanese horror series returns with a familiar tale of ghostly shenanigans around a lon... | Wii U
Related content from friends