"We have some other contracts going on as well for some other non-game industries," Yerli explained. "We have a lot of contracts going on from gas and oil companies, General Electric, all the way to SOCOM. We have a lot of military companies working with our technology, in fact." According to Yerli, Crytek works on "whatever" these partners want, utilizing their tech know-how to create simulations. Considering how impressive CryEngine looks on a home PC, we're curious to know what Crytek can pull off on a military-grade super-computer. The experience would probably shatter our perception of reality.
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