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Post by Eorl @ 11:01am 12/03/14 | 0 Comments
Crytek, the developer behind games such as the Crysis franchise and Ryse: Son of Rome, will show off its CryEngine software support for Linux at GDC 2014, the company announced today.

Linux demonstrations will be shown during the company's presentations and hands-on demos at their booth, with a variety of discussions on narrative driven games to the rendering technology of Ryse, the recent Xbox One exclusive. The engine has also been given a slight makeover, receiving the innovative features used to recreate the somewhat pretty Roman Empire seen in Ryse – including the brand new Physically Based Shading render pipeline, which uses real-world physics simulation to create amazingly realistic lighting and materials in CryEngine games.
There will also be games on offer, with the latest version of free online FPS Warface available to play. With intense new Tower Raid and Capture modes just launched, players can see how far Crytek's self-published shooter has come in the last year as they team up with fellow GDC visitors to take out the enemy. Also playable will be The Collectables, an upcoming military strategy game for iOS and Android that transports Crytek's trademark action onto the small screen.
AusGamers will be on the scene come next week when GDC begins in San Francisco, so keep your eyes and ear peeled as we are sure to be hearing a number of announcements for both upcoming and new games.












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