Does Far Cry still use CryEngine?

Does Far Cry still use CryEngine?

Lots of development studios use a heavily-modified version of CryEngine — that is the case with Warhorse Studios’ Kingdom Come: Deliverance for instance, or Ubisoft with the Far Cry franchise, which is still made using a modified version of CryEngine called Dunia Engine.

What is CryEngine known for?

CRYENGINE is a visually brilliant game engine (what we call photorealistic games) that is responsible for known titles such as Far Cry and Wolcen. It is open in the sense it allows to access its source code and modify it. Amazon based their game engine, Lumberyard, on CRYENGINE.

What engine did Far Cry 6 use?

Dunia Engine

Far Cry 6
Engine Dunia Engine
Platform(s) Luna Microsoft Windows PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Stadia Xbox One Xbox Series X/S
Release October 7, 2021
Genre(s) First-person shooter, action-adventure

What games are made on CRYENGINE?

Starring in the CRYENGINE Showcase 2020:

  • AdroV Games: 2016 – Investigator.
  • Arkane Studios: 2017 – Prey.
  • Baseline Games: 2017 – Deceit.
  • Campfire Games: 2020 – War of Rights.
  • CI Games: 2013 – Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2.
  • Crytek: 2011 – Crysis 2.
  • Deep Silver Dambuster Studios: 2016 – Homefront: The Revolution.
  • Bil Deerbuch:

What engine does far cry use?

CryEngine 1
CryEngine 1 is a game engine used for the first-person shooter video game Far Cry. It was originally developed by Crytek as a technology demo for Nvidia and, when the company saw its potential, it was turned into a game.

Does CRYENGINE have royalties?

Royalties. There is a 5% royalty fee. Your first $5K of annual revenue per project is royalty-free, so the small fee only kicks in when you are earning.