Crysis 4 Has Been Officially Confirmed by Crytek With a Teaser

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January 26, 2022

Crytek China shared (and then removed) a new image from a Crysis project, revealing that it was Crysis 4 already in development at the Crytek studios. Now, it’s official!

The Chinese branch of Crytek’s social media accounts on Bili Bili shared a new image from a Crysis project less than an hour ago, teasing the announcement of Crysis 4.

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While this post was removed a few minutes later, the official Crytek account on Twitter shared a brand new teaser that confirms Crysis 4 as the upcoming project from the German developers.

Crysis 4 Is Now Officially in the Works

Currently, Crytek is hiring for Crysis 4 in all its studios in Europe in a wide variety of positions. This new tease also seems more like a reason for people to join this company to be a part of this highly anticipated shooter experience.

The original trilogy of Crysis was published by Electronic Arts back in the time and has always been a graphical benchmark in addition to delivering high-quality content and gameplay experience.

Now that the remastered trilogy of Crysis is available on 8th and 9th gen consoles, it would be easier for players to get familiar with the series before jumping into the 4th iteration of the franchise.

It’s yet to be seen which company will publish Crysis 4 and when we can expect it to be available. But it doesn’t seem like a project that could out this year as there are many open positions for this game at Crytek at the moment.

We don’t know yet how the story would be continuing after the Crysis 3 conclusion and whether Earth would be the game’s main setup or not.

Mehrdad Khayyat

Mehrdad (He/Him) is a Senior Staff Writer at DualShockers. He started writing about video games when he was a high-school student. He's probably one of those rare Rainbow Six Siege fans that have the game installed and updated on every available platform.

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