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Ctytek’s CryENGINE 3 Update Provides A Glimpse At The Future Of Gaming

by on April 17, 2012
 


Crysis CryENGINE 3 SDK 3.4.0Gaming, a multibillion dollar industry, has started to see a shift recently. The majority of customers tend to favor quick and addictive mobile games over high quality and drawn out console games.

Take for instance Apple’s new iPad, with a more advanced GPU (graphics processing unit) than current consoles and a higher resolution than 1080p TVs, it would be ludicrous for developers to ignore the mobile gaming-space. Additionally, with mobile platforms (e.g. the iPad) improving at a rapid rate, it’s possible for developers to create portable game titles that match the caliber of today’s console games. But what about tomorrow’s games?


Ctytek, the legendary developers behind the Crysis franchise, recently released their CryENGINE 3 SDK 3.4.0 DX11 update for other developers interested in the future of gaming. Ctytek also put together a video (embedded above) that highlights some of the new engine’s additions and features.

Upon release, the original Crysis and Crysis 2 games were considered to be the pinnacle of graphics technology and quickly became the golden standard of comparison. If the next installment in the Crysis franchise (Crysis 3) utilizes CryENGINE 3′s full potential, the game will certainly shatter all expectations.

With Ctytek’s new CryENGINE 3 update and the next-generation gaming consoles on the horizon, console gaming is bound to become the center of the industry once again. Stay tuned for more gaming related news.

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  • Bforbrandon
    April 17, 2012 at 3:05 pm

    Haha like an iPad will ever be able to play this. You don’t know much about computers if you think it will be able to. By the way the iPad gpu is no where near current gen consoles

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  • April 17, 2012 at 2:58 pm

    wow it looks beautiful, Hopefully we get these kind of graphics on the ipad 3, ipod touch 5th gen, and iphone 5/6 soon. I’d think the older devices might not handle this. But who knows i kinda think the ipod touch 5th gen might not get a got processor.¬†

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