“German developer Crytek has entered into a strategic partnership with publisher Electronic Arts which will see it building a new game franchise for the PC, based on entirely new intellectual property.
The Crytek team recently finished work on the well-received PC first person shooter Far Cry, which was published by Ubisoft; however, the company’s deal with Ubisoft was for one game only.”
There is no word yet on whether a FarCry sequal is in the works or if and when they expect it to hit the market. Now that EA is funding the innovative game maker, we can expect some hot stuff to come out from them in the future. That is, as long as a deadline doesn’t get into the way.
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