Crytek breaking out from PC gaming
One of the most critically lauded games last year was Crytek’s Crysis. It garnered a lot of awards from various gaming publications and websites because of its visual stunning graphics and fast, immersive gameplay. But despite all of the accolades. Crytek (makers of Crysis) was actually having some issues with the PC industry.
According to Crytek founder Cevat Yerli, the rampant piracy in the PC industry is really hurting the company, especially since, as Yerli shared, Crytek’s games looks to be pirated the most. This situation has led the company to reconsider its PC exclusivity policy. Yevat said that in the future it will not PC exclusive games like Crysis. It will start supporting both PC and console.
That will be good news for console gamers in general, who can now look forward to future Crytek games in their favorite machines. Don’t go looking for a Crysis port though. Yevat said that it is impossible without radically changing the whole game.