After being closed by Crytek and sold to Deep Silver, the studio formerly known as Free Radical was reborn as Dambuster Studios, with most of the original staff in-tact. Free Radical is mostly known for the TimeSplitters series, and as an easter egg inside Homefront: The Revolution, the first two levels of TimeSplitters 2 are playable.
Go beyond boundaries and step into a palpable world of wonder in Robinson: The Journey, a brand-new virtual reality game announced today by Crytek. …continue reading » Robinson: The Journey is a VR game from Crytek
Release Date: Oct 10, 2014
Available Platforms: Windows
Reviewed Platforms: Windows
Crytek has a penchant for creating games that push a computer’s hardware to the absolute limit, often requiring you to upgrade your PC in order to play them. This made any Crytek game a visual benchmark, often looking to answer the question, “Can it run Crysis?”. Ryse: Son of Rome launched with the Xbox One last year, but only now making it’s 4K debut on PC. It boasts being scalable with native desktop UI resolutions, super sampling, anti-aliasing options, and more. While Ryse fails to rise to the occasion several times, it has a visual splendor that helps make up for its deficiencies.
Preparation is essential for success before any battle, but in the upcoming free-to-play shooter Warface®, it can take place during the battle so that your soldier is best equipped for the situation at hand. The video released today from Crytek and Trion Worlds highlights the epic real-time weapon customization feature that allows gamers to add and adjust accessories and attachments to weapons on the fly. Swapping between different scopes, muzzles, rails and other state of the art gadgets mid-game enable the Warface elite to aim better, strike faster, shoot farther and hit harder.
The Warface beta servers will be live continuously until the game’s official launch in Spring 2013. Players who have not yet registered for the beta can still do so at www.warface.com.