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Crytek To Mix Things Up Big Time With Crysis 4

Posted on Monday, November 12 @ 10:00:42 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Despite the fact that the third installment in the Crysis series is still not out yet, the team at Crytek hasn't shied away from chatting about the fourth entry.

In an interview with Eurogamer, studio CEO Cevat Yerli explained that the team plans to take the franchise in a very different direction with Crysis 4—so different in fact, that even calling it Crysis 4 would be a bit misleading. “[Crysis 3] is the end of the story of Crysis, but it doesn’t mean it’s the end of the franchise," he explained. “We are excited about the DNA of Crysis and of the franchise."

With regard to the fourth installment he went on to add:

I wouldn’t name it Crysis 4 at this stage because it would be misleading. We want to finalize Prophet’s story and Crysis 4 would imply the story just moves on. 

Normally in this time right now we would already have pre-production going on, but because we want to make this something much more radical and new we are looking at it as a bit more of a long term thing. It’s too early to talk about it for these reasons.

Where would you like to see Crytek take the franchise? Let us know in the comments below.

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