Crysis 4 will have as Game Director Mattias Engström, the director of Hitman 3

Crysis 4 will have as Game Director Mattias Engström, the director of Hitman 3

Mattias Engström guides Crysis 4

Earlier this year, Crytek confirmed that the next installment of the franchise Crysis (Crysis 4 precisely) is being worked on. While there has been mostly radio silence on the matter since then, Crytek has now revealed that Mattias Engström it will be there game director from Crysis 4.

Engström (which he recently left IO Interactive) has also served as game director per Hitman 3 and how level designer both for Hitman (2016) that for Hitman 2. In addition, she also worked in the role of level designer At Ubisoftwith credits on Far Cry 3 e Assassin’s Creed Revelations. In an update on Twitter announcing the same, Crytek also highlighted current vacancies at the development studio Crysis 4ranging from art director, lighting artist to development director and more.

The state of Crysis 4

Given this information, it is not difficult to understand that Crysis 4 it is still in the very early stages of development, which was also highlighted by Crytek when the game was announced. It will probably take a while before we have our first real look at Crysis 4so stay tuned to learn more about the shooter.

Interested in joining the team just like Mattias? Be sure to check out our open positions for Crysis 4 (WORKING TITLE) on our Career page!

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Recall that the entire series trilogy has recently been remastered for platforms PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 e Nintendo Switch, igniting even more hope in the hearts of so many fans. If you are interested in this trilogy you can take a look at our review by Alessandro Di Liberto.

“Crysis Remastered Trilogy is the right opportunity to relive the stories of Prophet in the saga that has been able to win the hearts of players on Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC. The work done on the trilogy is certainly better than what we saw last year with the remastering of the first chapter. ”

“Many improvements among which certainly stand out the implementation of DLSS and Ray Tracing and shadow management. The weight of the years, however, finds itself weighing on the gameplay which does not appear to be exactly fresh and creates some dissonance with the graphic rendering which, while partly betraying the age of the series, manages to defend itself very well. If you have never played the series, we strongly recommend that you take this opportunity to enjoy one of the most iconic titles of the last decade to the fullest. “

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