Crysis Mobile For Android and iOS, Crysis Reboot For Consoles and PC Tipped Ahead of E3 2021

The game is said to be multi-player with it’s not supposed to be an open-world game.


The E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) season is about to start and the expo is slated to kick off on June 12 and run until June 15. A majority of gaming enthusiasts look forward to the expo every year because the event turns the rumour into reality. The event is around the corner and now new rumours have already started surfacing on the web. In the last report, it has been speculated that Crytek is planning to bring Crysis Mobile for Android and iOS devices. Besides, the company has also confirmed in a Twitter post that the Crysis Remastered Trilogy is coming to consoles and PC this fall. Let’s have a closer look at the new rumours of Crysis Mobile.

Crysis Mobile Might be Launching at E3 2021

According to a PC gamer with Gaming Updates and Countdowns I Free, Crytek the game developer of Crysis is working on another project and this time the company is targeting the mobile platforms and Nintendo Switch. According to the tipster, the game is said to launch with a simple concept of 1V50. Further, the tipster suggested that the story of the game will be a reboot of the events from the series like Crysis 1, 2, and 3.

The game is said to be multi-player with it’s not supposed to be an open-world game. Do note that the game developers are yet to reveal anything about the launch of the Crysis Mobile officially and it’s advisable to take this information with a sprinkle of salt.

In an official Twitter post, the company has announced the arrival of Crysis Remastered Trilogy, which will include Crysis Remastered, Crysis 2 Remastered, and Crysis 3 Remastered for next-generation consoles and PC. The company confirmed that the game will be available for purchase by the end of this year.

“Crysis Remastered Trilogy is coming to consoles and PC this fall! Visit the North Korean islands, save humanity from a deadly virus in New York City and uncover the truth about C.E.L.L,” reads the official Twitter post.

Going with the rumours it has been speculated that Microsoft is going to acquire Crytek. On the contradictory, the game is also said to receive funding from Turkey to stay independent. Back in January, a new job listing from Crytek hints at the development of a new AAA FPS sandbox title. Crytek posted several job postings for an unreleased AAA game that seems to be in the early stages of development. The latest rumours about the games suggest that the company has hired developers and game designers for the mobile and Nintendo version.

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