Creative Assembly have acquired Crytek Black Sea, a studio that has reportedly been up for sale since 2016.
Restructuring and a change of publisher for Warface brings the first redundancies.
Crytek has been struggling for many months and today they announced that they are closing all studios apart from Frankfurt and Kiev.
Crytek appear to be sliding towards new financial troubles, as employee reviews at Glassdoor suggest wages are going unpaid at Crytek Frankfurt.
The major licensing deal that Crytek were discussing, but not exactly detailing, last month may well be with Amazon. That’s according to the ever-exciting “sources” … Read moreCrytek’s “huge” licensing deal is apparently with Amazon
Enigmatic business news from the Crytek quarter today; it emerges that the company were not bailed out of their financial hole by an investor, but … Read moreCrytek bailed out by “huge” mystery licensing deal
Since Ryse: Son of Rome is heading to the PC on 10 October, I thought it might interest people to cover some of the graphics … Read moreRyse: Son of Rome PC Graphics Options and Performance Impressions
Earlier today it emerged that Crytek would be transferring the Homefront IP to Koch Media and appears to have effectively sold Crytek Nottingham to Koch … Read moreCrytek releases details of further restructuring
The fate of the Homefront IP has been decided as Koch acquire the brand from Crytek. Crytek has been struggling financially and it was uncertain … Read moreKoch acquire Homefront from Crytek
In a statement that could probably stand in for the word “vague” in the dictionary, Crytek has finally addressed some of the stories of financial … Read moreCrytek admits to financial problems, releases statement
Crytek are eager to show you their Warface, as the free-to-play multiplayer FPS has just popped up on Steam. It’s interesting timing, considering the rumours … Read moreWarface arrives on Steam
Earlier this week German Magazine Gamestar reported that Crytek were in financial trouble but how would that impact Star Citizen which uses CryEngine 3? Cloud … Read moreStar Citizen’s Erin Roberts comments on rumoured Crytek troubles
An article published by Germany’s GameStar magazine, partially corroborated by anonymous reports of unpaid wages sent to Kotaku, suggest that all is not well at … Read moreCrysis creator Crytek curbs cash crisis claims
Crytek USA, the studio formed post-THQ from Darksiders developers Vigil Games, has been working on Hunt: Horrors of the Gilded Age. It’s a four player … Read moreHunt: Horrors of the Gilded Age coming from former Darksiders devs
The original Homefront was a pretty disastrous first-person shooter with a bloated advertising budget that helped to sink publisher THQ. Crytek and Deep Silver are … Read moreHomefront: The Revolution is Crytek’s go at the series
Numbers are so last year. Crytek’s new CryEngine isn’t going to be called CryEngine 4, it’s just plain ol’ CryEngine. And now the IncGamers content … Read moreLovely puddles: Crytek reveals rebranded, “ever evolving” CryEngine tech
Crytek has announced that it will open its first US-based studio, in Austin Texas, with former Vigil Games co-owner David Adams as its CEO. Vigil … Read moreCrytek opens new Austin studio, hires “core team” from Vigil
An unusual collaboration has been announced, uniting UK students, Crytek’s CryEngine 3 and the British Library. It’s for a contest of sorts called ‘Off the … Read moreCrytek teams up with British Library for ‘Off the Map’ contest