CryEngine Modder CURRVE has re-created few sequences of Star Wars: Battlefront with Crytek's CryEngine. The graphics/visuals are impressive, but still not as good as the official. You can take a look at the comparison screenshots and decide.
Have you ever wondered how Minecraft, one of the most graphically outdated video-game will look like in Crytek's CryEngine 2? One modder has completely revamp Minecraft in CryEngine 2 without affecting its charm and other fun element, and the end result is definitely a visual treat.
Robotoki Studio (studio formed by Robert Bowling) has just announced that their upcoming open world survival game "Human Element" will be powered by Crytek's CryEngine.
Human Element explores the fight for humanity in the midst of a zombie apocalypse. The game utilizes simulation elements to customize your experience depending on the type of character you choose and the relationships you forge in the game with other survivors.
In a press release, Robert Bowling, Robotoki's President and Creative Director, said: "The ambitious narrative and gameplay of Human Element required an innovative set of features in order to achieve our vision."
"CRYENGINE is the perfect fit for us because it delivers so many powerful features straight out of the box such as the physical based shading system and the infinite terrain from segmented worlds to create a massive open world experience but still allow the visual fidelity and detail our players expect from a first person experience from our team."
Carl Jones, Business Development Director at Crytek, added: "The team at Robotoki have earned countless plaudits in the games industry, and their talent is obvious from the amazing work we've seen them producing with CRYENGINE already. We look forward to offering them the same high level of support we promise to all CRYENGINE licensees as they work to turn their ideas into a reality."
Human Element is scheduled to launch in late 2015. You can check out Human Element Poster below:
Have you ever wondered how a Need for Speed or open-world games powered by powerful CryEngine 3 will look?. Well thanks to modders "Jeke, magictricknick2, ReVan1199, Synce and wjmoosting", we have an answer for this.
Monster Hunter Online has been confirmed for western territory (North America and Europe). In a recnet announcement from Tecent Games via Crytek stated, "The Monster Hunter games are known for immersing players in breathtaking worlds where great gameplay and spectacular sights go hand in hand, CryENGINE 3 is the perfect fit for the series, and will ensure Tencent Games and Capcom are well equipped to make Monster Hunter Online the groundbreaking MMORPG experience fans worldwide are eagerly anticipating"
The press release further went on to add, "Monster Hunter Online will be developed for the international market by Tencent Games and Capcom, and marks an exciting new era for a series that has enjoyed critical praise to match its popularity with players."
This isn't surprising to anyone of us, going by the success Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate achieved in western areas, Monster Hunter Online for Europe and North America was always on the card.
The game is powered by amazing CryEngine 3. You can check out the trailer of the game below.
In a recent interview to CVG, Nick Button-Brown announced that Crytek will reveal brand new and absolutely fantastic project in the month of April 2012.
Nick Button-Brown said, "There are so many things I can't talk about,"
"A big part of our business is big budget console and PC games. We are doing all these other things, but they're on top of that and we're doing them because they're interesting.
"We still want to deliver the highest quality that we can, wherever we go," he added. "You know about Homefront, you know about Ryse. We are working on another project... [laughs] all three of which are looking really good."
When CVG pressed, Nick Button-Brown to unveil more details, he added "The other project looks absolutely fantastic - I mean, genuinely the best of that kind of project we've ever done.
"It looks spectacular, the team are doing really, really well and it's just really nice to see the team really enthusiastic about what they're doing. They're really happy.
"We're going to carry on doing those games. We like doing mobile games, we like doing free-to-play, but we also like blowing things up in a visually stunning style."