Showing posts with label Crytek. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Crytek. Show all posts

Monday, March 11, 2019

Hunt: Showdown Coming to Xbox Game Preview

FPS bounty hunting game Hunt: Showdown from Crytek is coming to Xbox Game Preview on spring 2019.

After going through much trouble, survival horror first-person shooter Hunt: Showdown from developer/publisher Crytek has managed to see launch in Early Access of Steam on February 22, 2018 and received mostly positive remarks.

Making good on their previous announcement made back it Gamescom 2018, the studio is bringing the FPS game to Xbox Game Preview program in association with Microsoft Studios, for Xbox One players on spring 2019.

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Hunt: Showdown Coming to Xbox Game Preview

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Here goes your Xbox Game Preview teaser of pre-alpha Hunt: Showdown, heralding of its arrival later this year.




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Players can jump into a dark world Louisiana swamps full of bounty hunters seeking gold for slaying monsters, solo or in posse for a competitive online multiplayer gameplay in a tensed surrounding to always make you feel the thrill of survival.

Though Hunt is mostly designed for PvP experience, developers inserted deep PvE elements into the mix as well. Its genre is a mix of action and strategy for sake of survival, which constantly keeps you on edge.

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Crytek has been keeping up with a community-driven development cycle so far and Xbox early access will allow them to go further on same track. Based on received community feedback, they have added new equipment, features and settings to it.

When you are in a match, every moment is a high-risk situation that only leads to high-rewards. However, whenever you die in-game, your Hunter character is gone for good and so are all the gears they were packing.

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Thrill of Survival

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Audio design was one of the top priorities for Hunt developers to create a tense atmosphere where players not only feel their enemies and bosses lurking around but also gives away your position to them if you are too noisy at work.

Whether you set your eyes on high prizes or stay in your safety fence and keep grinding, thrive alone or in group, Hunt: Showdown offers you bunch of different ways to enjoy the experience depending on how you would like to play it.

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Crysis Trilogy is Backwards Compatible on Xbox One

Xbox One backward compatibility feature brings all three games of the Crysis saga from Xbox 360 platform.

Originally released for PC back in 2007, Crysis from the first-person shooter game series by developer Crytek and publisher Electronic Arts was one of the best games for the platform that was later ported to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2011.

Modern day eighth generation console players however, never had the pleasure to play the franchise on their respective platforms until now, because the Crysis trilogy of games is available from today on Xbox One via its backwards compatible feature.

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Crysis Trilogy is Backwards Compatible on Xbox One

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If you are one of those nostalgic fans of old games, who happen to have a physical copy of the Xbox 360 version, then you are good to go with it right away and the same goes for digital copy too. Or you can always buy a copy of any of these titles from Xbox online marketplace by spending $19.99 only.

Microsoft gaming network spokesperson Larry Hryb, usually goes by the name Major Nelson on Twitter, has officially announced the good news today on social media.



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The first Crysis game follows an alien invasion on an island in 2020 where players take the role of U.S. Army Delta Force soldier Jake Dunn AKA Nomad fighting alien enemies, mercenaries and North Korean soldiers wearing futuristic nanosuit.

A sequel, Crysis 2 came out in 2011, which took place in New York City of 2023 starring US Marine Alcatraz, fighting an outbreak caused by an unknown virus and rescue scientist Nathan Gould. The second sequel, Crysis 3 launched in 2013 and brings back a series regular hero, Prophet.

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Though the series had quite the potential for more sequels, the developers decided not to continue because of the poor sales of Crysis 3. The studio is currently focusing their efforts on multiplayer horror shooter title Hunt: Showdown.

With the ever-growing directory of video games for Microsoft console, the entire Crysis series surely makes a fine addition. The most recent notable inclusion to this vast catalog is Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty and Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater.