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    Default Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    CEO Yerli says FPS simply "demands more" than other games

    Crytek has told CVG that its CryEngine 3 could have fuelled the development of "pretty much any other game" - but claimed that its rivals, including Epic Games' Unreal Engine, would struggle to power Crysis 2.

    Crysis 2 is Crytek's first console game - and one observers have called the best-looking title on any next-gen system. The FPS is also a notable showcase for CryEngine 3, which the studio hopes to establish as the dominant engine for PC and the next hardware generation.

    Back in May, Epic's Mike Capps said he was surprised people could take Crytek seriously as a cross-platform engine company given it had yet to release a console game, so we recently asked Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli whether he's confident CryEngine 3 can take on the likes of the upcoming Unreal Engine 4.


    While he told us he thinks there's room for multiple development engines to succeed, he said no other engine could have delivered Crysis 2, and that CryEngine 3 could handle "pretty much any other game".

    "I think we've never cared about what competitors do," Yerli said. "That might sound arrogant and ignorant but that's not the point. I'm trying to do what we think is the right thing to do. We're trying to build an engine that's the most productive from a flow perspective, one that allows designers, directors, artists, programmers and everyone else in the whole development chain to be as efficient as possible.

    "We've proven for ten years now that one of the reasons we are as efficient as we are right now, and why we could do Far Cry and Crysis with our quite inexperienced team, was because we had pipelines and workflows that were apparently superior to our competitors' because we made our first titles much faster than our competitors.

    "Most importantly, right now we're looking at multiplatform development and I just think that our competitors' engines couldn't deliver Crysis 2, and that's the most important statement for me."

    Yerli continued: "Crysis 2, from a gameplay and entertainment perspective, just demands so much more, and we as a company ultimately are making games and an engine, but our primary goal is still entertainment.

    "I really am not saying we're going to have the best engine in the world and there's no room for more engines, for that matter I think there's room for even five engines. With more engines people will have to be more innovative.

    "Whether our engine is better or not is something to be judged by the people who use the engine, but I can say that Crysis 2 wouldn't have been possible with any other engine, but pretty much any other game that has been shipped with out competitors' engines could have been done with the Crytek engine."

    Yerli previously told CVG that Xbox 360 exclusive Codename: Kingdoms will push the console "to its limits" and offer gamers "a genuinely new" interactive entertainment experience.

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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    Too cocky

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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    Lets see what they cooked
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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    parbo na, sheita directly boila dilei to hoi ... eto vaab mare ken ?
    duina-r koto developer ra koto great game banaiya felse unreal dia ... ar tara ashse bolte je eita naki handle korte parbe na ..

    btw, idaning EA & crytek khub beshi crysis nia vaab martese ...


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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    Yah, dev.'s should learn from Avalanche a.k.a. Just Cause 2's proud dev. :/

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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    Quote Originally Posted by Rion a.k.a. PN View Post
    Yah, dev.'s should learn from Avalanche a.k.a. Just Cause 2's proud dev. :/
    Indeed

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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    We shall see when unreal engine 4 is unveiled.

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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    Quote Originally Posted by pollob.codename13 View Post
    parbo na, sheita directly boila dilei to hoi ... eto vaab mare ken ?
    duina-r koto developer ra koto great game banaiya felse unreal dia ... ar tara ashse bolte je eita naki handle korte parbe na ..

    btw, idaning EA & crytek khub beshi crysis nia vaab martese ...
    Jar jeita ache she sheita niyei borai kore. Crytek er best game to Crysis e. Tai eita to bolbei.

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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    CryEngine and UnrealEngine have different goals.

    While Epic tries to keep their engine as much friendly as possible for game developers AND modders, Crytek focuses else where.
    Epic makes engine for general purpose (even architects use it!), then shows it off using Unreal Tournament.
    Cryteck makes engine for their own game, then makes that engine available for others.

    It's like comparing apples with oranges.
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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    Unreal engine can handle Crysis 2, if it's properly modified.

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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    CryEngine and UnrealEngine have different goals.

    While Epic tries to keep their engine as much friendly as possible for game developers AND modders, Crytek focuses else where.
    Epic makes engine for general purpose (even architects use it!), then shows it off using Unreal Tournament.
    Cryteck makes engine for their own game, then makes that engine available for others.

    It's like comparing apples with oranges.
    i agree with you. one of reasons of xbox360's popularity over ps3 among the developers was UE3. it was easy for them to develop games for xbox 360 rather than ps3. again UE has so many limitations (it's aging) and Cryengine 3 is still fresh though it is a modified version of cryengine 2. they should compare it with UE4.

    ---------- Post added at 18:45 ---------- Previous post was at 18:37 ----------
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    no bro. their AI system and graphics sub system are very very different. i dont know if you have noticed it or not all the UE3 based games have very much similarity in lighting. i can somehow easily recognise an ue3 based game. i guess the latest DMC will be based on UE3 as well. Cryengine 3 and source engine are very good at HDR lighting.
    Last edited by codename5302; January 25th, 2011 at 01:48.

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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    Anik_lc vhai bepar ta otimatrae over-hyped hoe gelo na ,braging hoe gelo na?
    Eto ei ,eto shei, oi engine durbol, we r not telling we r the best(but, we r the best,huh)...eshob bolar mane ki?
    Kisu na bole just game ta baer korlei hoe.game valo lagle tare ar bole bole bechar lagbe na.people emni e kinbe.
    Still ,i have hope on crysis2 and crytek 3.

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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    Although Crysis 2 lighting seems impressive
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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    @ Rion
    no bro. their AI system and graphics sub system are very very different. i dont know if you have noticed it or not all the UE3 based games have very much similarity in lighting. i can somehow easily recognise an ue3 based game. i guess the latest DMC will be based on UE3 as well. Cryengine 3 and source engine are very good at HDR lighting.
    I don't understand how u found A.I. differences .. :S But, the graphics are quite different. And, most UE3 games are quite similar in some cases. But no, CaPCom (see ? there's 'PC' in the middle of the name 'Capcom' ) will use their own engine, which they used in Lost Planet 1/2, Street Fighter IV, Resident Evil 5.

    However, as I know it, UE3 focuses on optimization, while CE focuses in quality. But, we can see some games too, where the dev's quite modified the main engine, like: Mirror's Edge (almost no sign of UE3, IMO) or Merchant of Brooklyn (why they used CE2 ?! -- I should ask them). And, that's why I think that, it's not impossible for dev's to heavily modify UE3 and optimize it for Crysis 2 (or any other game, even Uncharted 2).

    Yes, CE has some unique features, but mainly EA/Crytek is just advertising it, IMO.

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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    Quote Originally Posted by Rion a.k.a. PN View Post
    I don't understand how u found A.I. differences .. :S But, the graphics are quite different. And, most UE3 games are quite similar in some cases. But no, CaPCom (see ? there's 'PC' in the middle of the name 'Capcom' ) will use their own engine, which they used in Lost Planet 1/2, Street Fighter IV, Resident Evil 5.

    However, as I know it, UE3 focuses on optimization, while CE focuses in quality. But, we can see some games too, where the dev's quite modified the main engine, like: Mirror's Edge (almost no sign of UE3, IMO) or Merchant of Brooklyn (why they used CE2 ?! -- I should ask them). And, that's why I think that, it's not impossible for dev's to heavily modify UE3 and optimize it for Crysis 2 (or any other game, even Uncharted 2).

    Yes, CE has some unique features, but mainly EA/Crytek is just advertising it, IMO.
    i have seen some videos about how AI works in CE2 long ago. cant remeber where. but in game sometimes CE2 AI works like dumb. UE actually doesnt focus on optimisation. UE uses very little resource in every section. ME is exception. the game doesnt have lots of variety (almost 3-4 recognisable color palette, narrow corridors etc.) Ofcourse dev's can modify an engine but some characteristics will remain same (Splinter cell conviction based on UE2.5, Bioshock infinite based on UE3). look at these games you will understand. recent rage engine is quite impressive. you can say it focuses on optimisation. aar i think i am right about DMC.
    http://www.joystiq.com/2010/09/30/dm...unreal-engine/

    ---------- Post added at 19:40 ---------- Previous post was at 19:37 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by anik_lc View Post
    Jar jeita ache she sheita niyei borai kore. Crytek er best game to Crysis e. Tai eita to bolbei.
    vai ektu vul achhe. crytek er best game crysis na. far cry. crysis was so demanding at that time that nobody even dared to buy that game.

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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    Crysis actually sold over 1 million copies. But i also think farcry is crytek's best work so far

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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    Anik_lc vhai bepar ta otimatrae over-hyped hoe gelo na ,braging hoe gelo na?
    Eto ei ,eto shei, oi engine durbol, we r not telling we r the best(but, we r the best,huh)...eshob bolar mane ki?
    Kisu na bole just game ta baer korlei hoe.game valo lagle tare ar bole bole bechar lagbe na.people emni e kinbe.
    Still ,i have hope on crysis2 and crytek 3.
    Not me. Crytek was bragging.

    But yes. Farcry 1 is the best.

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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    Well if cryengine 3 is licensed a lot more in other games, dats gud. No gamer will complain if the games luk and run gud. But aage oita kore dekhak like unreal engine 3. Tarpor pechal paruk

    And unreal engine 3 to akhon iphone eo ase. So shei rokom akta cross platform engine. Very impressive.

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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    We should see for ourselves before commenting
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    Default Re: Unreal Engine couldn't handle Crysis 2 - Crytek

    Why UE is better than CE?
    UE keeps current hardware specs in mind while CE just throws everything together without considering the hardware. Sure you can make things better by putting a lot of high poly and effects, but if it fails to run on most gaming PC (read average tier, not those 2x$600 gpu), it's useless.

    ---------- Post added at 22:45 ---------- Previous post was at 22:05 ----------

    Also, CE has really poor multiplayer capabilities where UE is primarily developed for multiplayer.
    There has been UT3 matches where 32 UK players faced 32 US players in the same warfare map. And there are even MMORPGs using UE.
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