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Interview: Crytek on Crysis 3 by The Black Panel

The Black Panel writes: As developers go, few have enjoyed pushing the boundaries of PC hardware as much as Germany’s Crytek. Its 2004 debut Far Cry enjoyed success worldwide, prompting publisher Ubisoft to continue developing the brand in-house. Crytek, meanwhile, focused on further iterations of the licensable CryEngine and FPS series Crysis, first released in 2007 with a sequel following in 2011. We recently talked to Crytek Producer Michael Elliot Read about his history in the industry, his work on the upcoming Crysis 3, how the series is pushing forward and what kind of experience PC and console gamers can expect. (Crysis 3, Crytek, Mike Read, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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