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Homefront: The Revolution appears on Swedish site [update: confirmed]

Homefront: The Revolution is the Crytek-developed, Deep Silver-published follow-up to THQ's 2011 game, according to a now removed listing. Official PlayStation Magazine reports Swedish site FZ listed the game as a first-person shooter due in 2015. Crytek acquired the Homefront property in 2011...

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Ryse: Son of Rome DLC adds to Gladiator, Survival, Solo modes

There's a fresh batch of enemies to brutally murder in Ryse: Son of Rome, thanks to this week's launch of the Morituri Pack. Season pass holders can get help themselves right away, but anyone else will need to pay $7.99 to sink their blade into more waves of squishy, stab-susceptiple gladiators. ...

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CryEngine license subscriptions now available on Steam

Developers and hobbyists alike can now purchase a license to use Crytek's CryEngine PC software via Steam to create their own video games. The software is available on a subscription basis, which Crytek revealed back in March as its "Engine as a service" plan, which doesn't affect the free,...

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Crytek's 'Arena of Fate' pits Robin Hood against Joan of Arc

Crytek announced a new MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) game for PC and consoles today, Arena of Fate. The game gives players the chance to jump into 5-vs-5 battles using iconic characters from popular folklore and history like Robin Hood, Joan of Arc, Little Red Riding Hood, Frankenstein...

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Ryse gets three maps in 'Duel of Fates' DLC

The third piece of DLC for Crytek's deliberately misspelled gladiatorial combat game, Ryse: Son of Rome, launched today. Titled Duel of Fates, the pack includes two arena round-to-round maps and one survival map, as well as two gladiator skins drawn from the game's single-player mode, the barbarian...

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Warface exits beta, enters warzone on Xbox 360

As was previously announced, Crytek Kiev-developed FPS Warface officially launched on Xbox 360 today following its near one-month open beta phase. The game is free for all Xbox Live Gold subscribers to play, and features four soldier classes, playable in cooperative multiplayer raids as well as...

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Crysis and Crysis 2 to lose PC multiplayer with GameSpy shutdown

The PC versions of Crysis and Crysis 2 will lose multiplayer functionality when GameSpy's matchmaking services go dark on May 31. The single-player campaigns as well as the multiplayer modes for the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of both games will remain playable. "As of May 31 this year, the...

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Warface primed for full launch on Xbox 360 later this month

On April 22, you can demand your Xbox 360 to give you the best wide-eyed, high-decibel cry of Warface it can, because that's when Crytek's free-to-play shooter launches in full. Warface is the first game from Crytek Kiev, and it first arrived on Windows PC last year. This month's transfer to...

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Warface registers 25 million combatants

Warface, Crytek's free-to-play online shooter, has reached the milestone of 25 million registered users. The fragfest launched in April 2012 in Russia, followed by European and North American expansions in 2013. The big play comes later this year when the game enters open beta in China, followed by...

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Warface beta opens to all Xbox Live Gold users on Xbox 360

The Warface beta is open to all Xbox Live users on Xbox 360, following a limited public beta that launched in February. The open beta includes three versus modes from the limited beta, plus two co-op settings and new, daily missions. Warface is Crytek's free-to-play military shooter (with the...

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