In a statement released to the press today, developer Crytek revealed their plans to show off a couple of big-name games at Gamescom 2012. The titles, Crysis 3 and Warface are both FPS shooters built on the in-house CryENGINE 3 platform (in case you didn’t know), however Warface is a free-to-play game that Crytek is hailing as the future of F2P.
We brought you news on Warface previously about the decision to co-publish the game with Rift developer Trion Worlds, and it will be interesting to see the collaboration between the two. If Crytek can bring a quality shooter with a social experience built on the experience Trion Worlds has to offer, then I could see the game being great.
Crysis 3 will reportedly be playable at the EA booth, allowing those who attend to get a sneak peek at the highly anticipated shooter. Having played Crysis 2 myself, I was impressed with the graphics but the gameplay left a bit to be desired in my opinion. It will be interesting to see what changes Crysis 3 brings.
There will also be demonstrations of the advancements in CryENGINE technology which should be a visual trip. Check back for more news on all that is Crysis 3 and Warface soon, we’ll have daily updates on every bit of news we receive.