Crysis 4 confirmed to be in ‘early development’

The final official release in Crysis Franchise is Crysis 3 in 2013. However, in recent years, Crytek’s first-person shooter has somewhat returned to Crysis Remastered and The Remastered Trilogy. But today confirmed that Crysis 4 is in the “early stage of development” signaling that Crysis is really back.

As posted by Crytek CEO Avni Yerli on official Crysis website, the fourth installment of the series is in the works. Its revelation comes along with a first intro on Crytek’s YouTube channel. As with most trailers, it doesn’t tell us too much, but confirms a Crysis Games alone are fun regardless.

While the game is labeled as Crysis 4, it is currently an active title. The actual name of the game will be revealed after launch. Speaking of the launch, this is an early announcement so there are no details on a potential release date. Although, given the language used in the blog, anything before at least 2023 seems unlikely.

Outside the Crysis news, Yerli also nodded with Hunt: Showdowna multiplayer FPS released in 2019. He said that his team was “planning great things” for the series, so fans should stay tuned for future news.

What to expect

With such an early announcement, we know very little about Crysis 4. Even so, there’s something we can predict based on the franchise’s history. Or at least, we can make an educated guess as to what fans can expect.

PC gamers are familiar with the classic “But can it run? Crysis? Jokes will know that this franchise is all about visual fidelity. Crysis Games are often developed with the future in mind and remain viable for many years after launch. With this, a Crysis games will likely follow this trend and make the most of modern technologies like ray tracing. Crysis 4 confirmed to be in ‘early development’


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