Designer Fasahat Salim says, "We're really excited by the scale at which we're operating."
By not paying the staff... what... too soon? >_>
haha no wonder Crytek is going bankrupt, they keep making these lame 2nd and 3rd tier shooters. These games are too bland for me.
https://www.youtube.com/wat... gone nuts with the power of Cryengine!
Crytek is always saying the same statement over and over gain. Especially if they have under development for both platforms. Pushing the limits of the console - Cysis 2 (2011) Pushing the console to it's limits Crysis 3 Ans so on....
exactly! and it is costing them bankruptcy to always say garbage because none of what they're saying is true. Crysis 2 was so average on consoles but they still claimed that it trounces killzone 3 technically.
Crysis 2 pushed tessellated concrete barriers to the limit. We may not see such high-detail blocks of concrete in a video game for a long time (not that anyone would be complaining).
Judging by the gameplay at E3 it also pushes dull textures, jaggies and flickering to the limits.
LOL you just wrote what I was thinking about after watching the E3 demo. Kudos! :D
I don't know why developers spend months, sometimes years on a game and then they release it even though they know it isn't ready to be released. BF4, Thief, Basement Crawl, Mercenary Kings, are just a few examples of Boy George, druggie like, laziness on the part of some developers. Then when the game is released, they are mystified and puzzled because their games aren't selling. When developers use a bunch of buzzwords to describe their game when there isn't even one gameplay video available to watch, the game is probably going to be a bag of poo. "Defining Next Gen"? Remember that one? It was a good game to some, but it hardly defined or even came close to being the poster child of next generation consoles.
It's not necessarily the developers who determine the release dates. Thought most people understood that by now. They get pushed unfortunately. Besides, releasing "the perfect game" with no hitches will never happen. Developers can't predict everything. Crytek should drop Crysis and pick the ball up and run with Homefront in general. It'll be a refreshing avenue for them, hopefully it'll pull them out of the red. Great potential for a series, as long as it's not half baked.
not again with the push to the limit s#$%t? *facepalm*
Time for a new engine then.
this company can't even pay their staff. and, when they do, it's not on time.....I doubt they're pushing anything "to the limit".
Sounds like they are trying to drum up some hype amidst the bankruptcy rumors.
Hits the development funding limit..
http://www.youtube.com/watc... I think the game looks good. They need to push out a demo on PS4/X1.
Already its pushing to the limits? How about you keep working at it and pay the staff bro?
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