Crytek to release The Collectables mobile game

Crytek logoCrytek is probably a name that many are familiar with when it comes to games on consoles and the PC, especially when the games are visually stunning. Titles such as Crysis 3 and Ryse: Son of Rome come to mind, and the good news for mobile gamers is that if youve loved Cryteks previous releases, you might be interested to learn that the company will be entering the mobile space with their first title, The Collectables, which somehow makes me think of The Expendables. In any case the game will be Cryteks first foray into mobile game and it will be a free-to-play title for iOS and Android.

The game will use the companys CryEngine technology and will put gamers in charge of a squad of heroes where they travel the globe and accomplish missions. The game will be published by DeNA and according to Cryetks Paha Schulz, DeNA offers unparalleled experience in the mobile gaming space, and were excited to be collaborating with their team to deliver The Collectables to players. The Collectables will be the first free-to-play mobile game that leverages Cryteks cutting-edge 3D game technology CRYENGINE.

The game is set for a release in 2014, but no specific dates have been provided. In any case if youre wondering what the game might look like, be sure to check out the games trailer in the video above.

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: Android, computer games, iOS

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