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Crytek opens up, releases CryEngine source code on GitHub

Crytek has recently released the full source code for CryEngine on version control system GitHub. Only last March the company had released the latest version of its game engine under a "pay-what-you-want" scheme, meaning developers can get their hands on…

Crytek denies reports alleging financial trouble

Crytek followed in the footsteps of Epic Games by offering their game development engine available to anyone through an affordable subscription model last month. The move was viewed by many as an evolution in game development – make engines available to virtually…

Crytek makes CryEngine available to all with subscription model

It turns out that Epic Games may have created an entirely new way into the market for professional and aspiring game developers alike when they made Unreal Engine 4 available to all via an affordable monthly subscription model earlier this year.

Crysis 3 Tested, Benchmarked

Crytek has given us another opportunity to hammer some hardware with the arrival of Crysis 3. Built with CryEngine 3, the engine has been updated with improved dynamic cloth and vegetation, better lighting and shadows, and plenty more.

Plus, PC gamers won't have to wait for graphical extras. Crysis 3 launched with high-resolution textures, DX11 support and plenty of customization options that set it apart from the diluted consoles builds. The result looks incredible and we get the feeling this will prove to be the game that folks who are heavily invested in multi-GPU setups have been waiting for. Here's hoping we aren't woefully disappointed.