CRYENGINE is the first all-in-one development solution with truly scalable computation, multi-award winning graphics, state-of-the-art lighting, realistic physics, intuitive visual scripting, high fidelity audio, designer friendly AI and much, more - straight out of the box and with no additional royalties!
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19 de junho

Update from the Team: CRYENGINE 3.8.1 is here, and it's big!

Hey all,

And welcome to CRYENGINE 3.8.1 (out now for all subscribers on Steam), the most feature-packed release since we launched the Engine-as-a-Service model in May of last year. So without further ado, let’s dive right in and take a look at some of the great new features the team has been busily working on in the past months!

CRYENGINE 3.8.1 is now available

New API: OpenGL Support
Starting with 3.8.1, we are shipping a fully-featured OpenGL rendering implementation with CRYENGINE, which goes hand in hand with Linux support for your games (see below).

New platform: Oculus Rift Support
You asked about it, and we listened: Just in time for the announcement of Crytek’S new VR title “Robinson: The Journey” at this week’s E3, we are putting support for the Oculus Rift HMD (Head-mounted display) into EaaS users’ hands. We've included a small demonstration level, aptly titled the "VR_Demo" level. This showcases some information on how you can approach setting up your levels for VR, some of the implications and the immersive benefits of using VR.

New platform: Linux
As previously announced, we are adding Linux support for your Game.exe. While you will still need Windows to use the Sandbox Editor, you can now release your commercial games on Linux as well as on PC- and of course, there are still no royalties whatsoever!

New feature: Voxel-based Volumetric Fog
With today’s release, we introduce an all new voxel-based volumetric fog system. The system supports illumination from deferred lights, respects clip volume boundaries and works consistently with transparent objects including particles.

New feature: 8-weight GPU Vertex Skinning
Skinning of complex animated meshes that use more than 4 vertex weights (up to 8 weights) can now be performed directly on the GPU which can significantly reduce the CPU load.

Improved: POM Self-Shadowing
This is another topic we had a lot of feedback on from our users on the forums, so we are happy to report that POM self-shadowing is back and working efficiently with deferred shading, allowing the sun to cast shadows from the heightmap used for POM (Parallax Occlusion Mapping).

GameZero
The GameSDK project is a full blown game example. It demonstrates how most of the CRYENGINE features can be utilized, but its size and complexity can be overwhelming for first-time users. GameZero offers a minimalist approach to CRYENGINE. It allows first time users to get a quick overview of using the engine’s core functionality. It can be used as starting point for creating several types of games.

Added: Support for 3ds Max 2016, Maya 2016 and MotionBuilder 2016
Keeping our DCC-import pipeline up-to-date, we have added support for 3ds Max 2016, Maya 2016 and MotionBuilder 2016.

And much, much more!
Beyond these highlights, there are hundreds of further additions, improvements and fixes- please find the full release notes on our Documentation website.


E3, as Achieved with CRYENGINE


This week, the eyes of game developers and gamers alike were once again focused on Los Angeles and the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). To make sure that you didn’t miss any of the CRYENGINE-powered games being shown in the onslaught of news, we have prepared a small list for you!

Crytek – Robinson: The Journey
Assume the role of a young boy who has crash-landed on a mysterious planet in Robinson: The Journey, a brand new virtual reality game from Crytek. Keep an eye out for more news in the future!

Battlecry Studios – Battlecry
What happens when you combine the creative mind between some of gaming’s most memorable settings with the power of CRYENGINE? You get a remarkable looking world for your fast-pcaed, brutal melee combat to take place it!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgAcL5yk8uo

CI Games – Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3
Our friends at CI Games are back with a sequel to their popular Sniper: Ghost Warrior franchise. Check out their new dev diary for details on their ambitious plans to bring realistic sniper combat to Eastern Europe.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5B-nY52j8yU

Sony Santa Monica/ The Chinese Room – Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture
You won’t have to wait much longer to experience this game’s eerie take on 1980s Great Britain- Sony just announced that it will be coming to Playstation 4 on August 11th.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_MSeTa2_7E

Warhorse Studios - Kingdom Come: Deliverance
Warhorse Studios used E3 as an opportunity to show of several new features that are soon coming to the Alpha of their ambitious open-world medieval RPG, such as sword-fighting and horse riding- take a look for yourself!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSy1gNyjSXk

As always, we are grateful for your support and feedback- keep it coming, and enjoy CRYENGINE 3.8.1!

Thanks,
The CRYENGINE Team

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8 de maio

Update from the Team #15: EULA update and next big release

Hey all,

with CRYENGINE 3.7 out and in user's hands since last week, we wanted to give you a heads-up on a change to our EULA (End-User License Agreement) and give you a small glimpse at our next big update.

First however, we want to thank all of you for your feedback to 3.7- both the many kind words, as well as the reports of issues that you have encountered. Rest assured that we are reading through all of it on our forums!

Additions to the CRYENGINE Engine-as-a-Service EULA
First up is a small, but important update to our EULA. Under section 1 "Definitions", we will change 1.1 to read as follows in the future:

1.1. "CryEngine": the CryEngine for PC/Windows or Linux (as applicable) in object code form, including the CryEngine Tools, the CryEngine Assets and any updates thereto as made available by Crytek at its sole discretion under the "CryEngine as a Service" program.

Let's talk about the pengui... elephant in the room
If you read the above paragraph, it might not come as a major surprise to you, but we are proud to announce that we will add an Open GL implementation and support for running your EaaS games on Linux with one of our next updates. For now, Linux support will be limited to the game launcher, and the Sandbox editor will still require Microsoft Windows. And of course, Linux support will be subject to the same developer-friendly terms as on Windows: Your monthly subscription fee will allow you to sell your games for Linux in addition to Windows, with no additional fees or royalties required.

While we can't pin an exact date on this update, we wanted to give you an early heads-up so you can start planning your Linux ports today!

Until next time,

The CRYENGINE Team

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Análises

“CRYENGINE is, for my money, the best looking and most full-featured engine currently available.”
Chris Roberts, Founder and CEO, Cloud Imperium Games

“It’s safe to say we literally could not have done this game with any other engine without a drastic reduction in the scope of our project; the size of our maps, the level of detail. We set out to make a world that was breathtaking to look at, and that’s what you see in-game. It’s a relationship we hope to grow in the future with more games!”
Turtle Rock Studios

“We looked at every major technology out there and CRYENGINE suits our needs perfectly.”
Martin Klima, Executive Producer, Warhorse Studios

Important Note

Important note:
The installation, use and/or access to this Product is subject to certain Crytek and Audiokinectic terms and conditions (Limited License Agreement For The Use Of The CryEngine As A Service For Games; EULA for Autodesk® Scaleform®; Audiokinetic End-User License Agreement (“EULA” Or “Agreement”) or Wwise®, Wwise Motion®, Soundseed ® And/Or Wwise Convolution™) which can be viewed by clicking here.

By clicking “Subscriptions” or “Add to Cart” you agree that you have read and accepted all of the terms and conditions mentioned above. Those terms and conditions include, but are not limited to, a restriction of the use of the applicable Product to video games only, i.e. interactive software for the sole purpose of entertainment (but not for simulation, architecture etc.). Those terms and conditions are separate from the Steam Store Terms of Sale and Privacy Policy which govern your purchase of a product or service from Steam through this store. Those terms, conditions and policies do not form part of the contractual terms between you and Steam and are separate terms between you on one side and Crytek and its licensors on the other side.

Sobre este software

Crytek's groundbreaking development technology is now more accessible than ever! For just 9.90 USD/EUR per month, developers everywhere can subscribe and gain total access to the industry-leading feature set of CRYENGINE without ever having to pay licensing fees or royalties!

About CRYENGINE
CRYENGINE (previously known as CryENGINE 3) is the first all-in-one development solution with truly scalable computation and benchmark graphics technologies. With CRYENGINE, developers are fully equipped to create standout game experiences, using the engine behind games like Ryse: Son of Rome and Crysis series.

The famous CRYENGINE Sandbox editor is a production proven, third-generation real-time tool suite designed and built by AAA Developers. All development features of a CRYENGINE game can be produced, edited and played immediately with the “what you see is what you play” (WYSIWYP) system. The engine deals with the instant conversion and optimization of assets in real-time, enabling cross-platform changes to all elements of the game creation process. This increases the speed and quality of development, while significantly reducing the risk of creating multi-platform games.

For more information on CRYENGINE, visit the CRYENGINE website. You can also follow us on Twitter @cryengine, or find us on Facebook.

Who is it for?
It is for anyone who wants to play and develop games with CRYENGINE. We feel that everyone should be able to achieve their vision by using CRYENGINE technology.

What can I get with my monthly subscription?
Getting in with our EaaS program has a number of benefits: first of all, you will always have access to the latest build of our CRYENGINE, and be the first to hear about any upcoming updates. You have instant access to all graphic features and tools, including the powerful renderer behind our Xbox One title Ryse: Son of Rome, C++ and Lua API interfaces along with a full game implementation written in C++, and demo levels and assets for different types of games.

You will also be granted access to all our Engine and Tools documentation, such as programming API references and multiple tutorials by the developers of CRYENGINE, as well as access to our CRYENGINE community, full of equally dedicated individuals to help you with any question or issue that might surface.

Is it really royalty free?
Yes, the monthly subscription fee is all you have to pay, there’s no royalty share required when you commercialize your game projects.

What version of CRYENGINE is on Steam?
The current version of CRYENGINE on Steam is 3.8.x. By subscribing, you will continuously receive all the upcoming updates and new features of CRYENGINE.

Where can I find the EULA?
You can find the EULA (End User License Agreement) on our website.

What is Wwise?
Wwise from Audiokinetic is the world-class audio engine and integration tool that we’ve chosen to include with CRYENGINE. Used in AAA games across console, desktop and mobile platforms, Wwise provides a complete audio integration pipeline that we’ve deeply integrated into CRYENGINE. You can learn more about Wwise here. Wwise ships with CRYENGINE in Evaluation mode, allowing for projects with under 200 sound files and for non-commercial use. You must upgrade to a commercial license to ship your game.

How do I upgrade my Wwise license?
There are two ways to upgrade your license of Wwise. If your project uses under 200 sound files, you can use the Wwise Free Limited Commercial License. You can start the process by creating an account at the Audiokinetic website, and then you can request your Limited Commercial License key by creating a project here. Be sure to fill out the form completely, as it will need to be approved.

The other method is for projects that go beyond the 200 sound file limit of the Limited Commercial License. For these, please contact Audiokinetic directly to request a full commercial trial or purchase a full commercial license. Licensing price details can be found here.

Is there a FAQ for other questions I might have?
You can find our FAQ for the CRYENGINE subscription on our website.

What kind of features will I get with CRYENGINE?
You can find an overview of the engine's features on our website.

What will happen to my project if I cancel my subscription?
Stopping the subscription means that CRYENGINE and its Tools are no longer available in your account.

Is there some Documentation for CRYENGINE to learn more?
You can take advantage of our extensive online documentation to help you learn how to get the most out of CRYENGINE.

Getting started
If you are using CRYENGINE for the first time, the Getting Started with CRYENGINE article will assist you with the first steps.

Additional instructions on how to set up 3ds Max, Maya and CryTif exporters can be found in the Installing Exporter Plugins section.

  • For Level Designers and 3d Artists: The right place to start is the CRYENGINE Manual.
  • For Programmers: The Programming Guide is a good starting point to understand working with CRYENGINE.

Requisitos de sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows Vista SP1, Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 (64bit)
    • Processor: Intel Dual-Core 2GHz or AMD Dual-Core 2GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 400 series or AMD Radeon HD 6000 series
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7, Windows 8.1 (64-bit)
    • Processor: Intel Quad-Core (i5 2300) or AMD Octo-Core (FX 8150)
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 660Ti or greater, AMD Radeon HD 7950 or greater
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
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51 de 57 pessoas (89%) acharam esta análise útil
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0.4 hrs registradas
Publicada: 7 de março
Strange that it counts the Number of hours spent in the GameSDK rather than the Editor, but whatever. I have around 300+ hours in the editor.

The engine is really REALLY powerful, that being said its not for the faint of heart to develop on. If you have a solid programmer or two though you can make the most AMAZING looking game, and the animation system allows for extremely powerful and smooth gameplay animations.

Honestly, after using Cryengine for a while I would never be able to go back to Unreal 4, Cryengine is just so supperior to build things quickly, and make it look amazing with very little extra work. The gameplay building aspect of it could be easier, but thankfully they are working hard on the documentation and have make big strides recently. When 3.7 comes out there will be almost no reason at all to use UE4 or Unity anymore. This engine performs amazing as well, I have a full very filled scene at 3 million to 4 million polygons with 3500 drawcalls, and I am getting 89-110 FPS solid on a single 980. I have had upwards of 9 Million running smooth before.

There is just no comparison for power. Usability? Thats another story.
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85 de 127 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
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0.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 31 de janeiro
This is a very powerful game engine with a great sandbox editor that comes loaded with good looking sample assets. Terrain editor is great and makes creating a custom topology for your level a breeze. However... object creation/editing is pretty much non-existent and object editing is cumbersome. The documentation is borderline useless if you are looking to do anything more advanced than just placing sample assets, running around shooting sample asset weapons at sample asset targets from sample asset vehicles... Starting to see the theme? What you get for a ridiculously low monthly subscription fee is the need to buy several thousand dollars worth of Autodesk software to be able to create and export any of your own original asset content - and even then its through a hoaky plugin. There is no support for any open tools like Blender, MakeHuman, Gimp, or any non-Autodesk commercial tools. And speaking of no support, the community is still incredibly small. Search through youtube, you'll find a guy that has some videos... If you want to write your own plugin to bridge the gap, good luck ... there is no documentation on the seven or so custom crytek file types, and the attempts to create export plugins (i.e. cryblend) are equally poorly documented and implemented. Don't get me wrong, I really really want to be a fan of this game engine. With the power and simplicity in so many of the important areas, it just comes up too short in the critical areas to be able to build something you've created. I even gave it one last shot by searching through the internet to find their development roadmap, thinking now that they are hurting for cash they might be looking at expanding their scope to include the community they are trying to serve... alas, the asset roadmap has a long romance with Autodesk ahead. For me, it's back to UDK which has an incredibly strong community, open asset support throughout the industry (open and commercial) and all that for just a little bit more a month with a small royalty fee. If you can't create your own content, what are you doing building games when you can just be playing them...
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19 de 21 pessoas (90%) acharam esta análise útil
1.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 5 de junho
You can slam this engine for hours about how its lacking documentation, it's difficult to use, and its full of bugs, but contrary to popular belief the engine is not as difficult as people make it out to be. If you have prior knowledge of any DCC tool of your field, you should have no problem working this all out.

The service, however, is not a plug and play kind of deal, as some top reviewers seem to think. This isnt the Unity engine where you create a new script and import some animation and work it out from there. The structure is vastly complex and relies heavily on light scripts such as XML and LUA. And if you want to get down and dirty, there is also a grand structure of C++ scripts that will keep you entertained for weeks on end ;)

The bugs and glitches are very much a thing of reality, and not just rumor. Most of these "bugs" can actually be fixed by either slicing open the files and seeing what a miss, or by importing your own assets with your own animations and your own sense of creativity. The rumors about the vegetation bug and PBR + Water bug are all very much real, and nobody is happy about it... thumbs down :( If you're pretty clever and have the time on your hands, you can actually work around these issues and render them completely unnoticable!

I work heavily on the art side, (with a little bit of tech and animation) and I must say, this engine has helped me achieve more beauty than I ever could with any other service I've used. and for only 8 bucks a month w/ no strings attached, I'm basically robbing Crytek.

Since this is a complete engine and requires many fields to work on to complete a game, its essentially impossible to write a review that would help you understand just how powerful this engine is! Art, tech, sound, and animation wise. I closely watch the Steam forums and find that many people are upset due to the cost and difficulty to use. And to a point, these are valid issues. But if you're crazy and brave enough, I most definitely recommend this engine to try for one month! 10/10
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23 de 33 pessoas (70%) acharam esta análise útil
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1.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 1 de fevereiro
Great engine, i love it! downside steam version does not support standalone export. but anyway still a great high quality engine for novice level designers.
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PROS:
- Great software
- Amazing things can be done.
- Great for experience and skills to be used later in the career.
- doesnt have to be used only for games!

CONS:
- Expensive as its a industry used software.
- takes long time to learn
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