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Crytek Not Paying Staff On Time, Ryse Sequel Dropped

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By GaryOPA on Dec 11, 2016 at 3:39 PM
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    Kotaku is reporting from its sources this morning, that the Crytek Studio is in big trouble, and Ryse 2 is canned!

    Crytek, the developer behind Crysis and Xbox One launch game Ryse, is having trouble paying employees, and the company has been bleeding staff since March, according to people who work there.

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    Things are not looking good for the fans of the popular exclusive Xbox One game Ryse, is the sequel planned has been canned, and the studio Crytek is in so much red ink, they can't even afford to pay their remaining staff.



    Wow, that is alot of studio drama to read thru above, but clearly it shows that there is total breakdown in how the studio is operating right now, with the top execs. quickly spending whatever they can before it goes completely down the toilet like a broken house of cards, with the poor employees that were working on the many new projects planned like Ryse 2 now on the street hunting for a new job, with the fans of the series left totally game-less. :)

    NEWS SOURCE: Crytek Not Paying Staff On Time, Ryse Sequel Dropped (via) Kotaku
     

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Discussion in 'Xbox Gaming News' started by GaryOPA, Dec 11, 2016.

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      Surprising, their cryengine was decent.
       
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      That's messed up. Their first and foremost priority should be to take care of their people. Because games don't magically appear out of thin air without the people involved. If they leave... A studio isn't made of hardware and franchises or names. Too bad, but I'm sure the people there will find something else. Either another studio or go indie (if they already have the skills).
       

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